GDPR Compliance

Assisting you in complying with the data protection law

Our specialist GDPR compliance team can provide you with practical, properly targeted, expert legal advice. Our data protection team comprises individuals from a number of disciplines including our corporate and commercialemployment and public law departments. We can:

We can support the creation of a culture of data protection compliance throughout your organisation by:

  • Updating your information handling policies and procedures
  • Creating and present bespoke training

Our team includes specialist employment lawyers who can advise you about the handling of your employee data including:

  • Revising your contracts of employment and preparing privacy notices for employees
  • Reviewing relevant policies, including monitoring of employees, and retention / deletion of employee data
  • Advising concerning recruitment processes and preparing privacy notices for candidates
  • Assisting you in the event of receiving subject access requests in the context of employment disputes

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GDPR and Data Protection Insights

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Blogs

Data protection for your business after a no-deal Brexit

“WhatsApp” with Dominic Grieve’s motion for Brexit communications?

How to respond to a subject access request: a step by step guide for organisations

Innovation and data protection compliance: when opposites attract

Our current Brexit options and the consequences for UK data protection law

GDPR Compliance for US Companies

Brexit Update: EU-US Privacy Shield

GDPR for the UK: Brexit and international transfers of personal data

Care homes take heed: if you have failed to pay the ICO data protection fee you could be breaking the law

GDPR and Brexit: the draft withdrawal agreement and data transfers from the EU

Data Protection Act 2018 and law enforcement: an introduction

The Data Protection Act 2018: new criminal offences for data breaches

Data breach reporting – the only way is up

Joint data controllers – yet more data protection uncertainty

Some welcomed guidance for data controllers: Court of Appeal confirms the correct test to be applied when considering a SAR concerning mixed data

GDPR: The significance of the new principle of accountability

GDPR: A guide for therapists

The Data Protection Bill - New Criminal Offences for Data Protection Breaches On Their Way to the Statute Book

Subject Access Requests under the GDPR: What employers need to know

Data protection: A new board room priority

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