Since the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) entered into force on 25 May 2018, data protection has become a key issue for both EU and non-EU organisations doing business in Europe.
We help our clients comply with all aspects of the GDPR. Our advice ranges from intensive GDPR compliance projects, where we review our clients’ entire data processing operations and advise on the steps and documentation which need to be put in place to allow for such processing, to responding to ad hoc queries relating to specific data protection matters (such as advising on the legality of a proposed data transfer to an overseas regulator).
We have substantial experience of advising a range of clients on GDPR matters including innovative fintech and adtech companies, financial and professional services firms including UK and US law firms, and multinational businesses in UK, as well as international organisations.
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