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Jennifer McGrandle

Dechert LLP

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Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: Developments We're Watching For in 2019

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - January 31 2019 The year 2018 was significant for developments related to privacy and cybersecurity law and policy. Many of these developments - concerns about facial...

Olaf Fasshauer, Madeleine White, Gregory P. Luib, Alec Burnside, Joshua H. Rawson, Marjolein De Backer, Ben Barnett, Paul Kavanagh, Vernon L. Francis, Jeremy B. Zucker, Sophie Montagne.

UK Employment Law Reforms Announced

United Kingdom - January 4 2019 The UK Government recently published its Good Work Plan, a package of labour market reforms proposed in response to the review conducted by Matthew...

Rebecca Turner, Charles Wynn-Evans.

Complying With a Data Subject Access Request: What Data Controllers Need To Know

United Kingdom - December 3 2018 A data subject (defined in the GDPR as an identified or identifiable natural person) has a right under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)...

Emma Byford, Rebecca Turner, Charles Wynn-Evans.

GDPR Compliance: 10 Steps for Global Companies

Global - March 13 2018 An immense volume of personal data (or personally identifiable information) is proliferating and flowing throughout the world. Personal data is an...

Hilary Bonaccorsi, Olaf Fasshauer, Madeleine White, Kevin F. Cahill, Paul Kavanagh, Timothy C. Blank, Mark Browne.

Documentation under the GDPR - the ICO goes on the record

United Kingdom - March 12 2018 Article 30 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May 2018, places an obligation upon data controllers and...

Dylan Balbirnie, Paul Kavanagh.