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Brexit and data protection: Laying the odds

United Kingdom, European Union - September 25 2018 Among other things, 2018 will go down in history as the year of panics over data protection. First, it was the GDPR and its impossible deadline for...


Data Protection in the Event of a “No Deal Brexit”

United Kingdom, European Union - September 13 2018 As part of its preparations for a “no deal” scenario when the Article 50 negotiating period comes to an end on 29 March 2019, the Department for...

Elizabeth Campion.


Will the UK meet the EU adequacy test?

United Kingdom, European Union - August 30 2018 Unless there is a political earthquake (some would say a miracle) Brexit will happen on 29 March 2019. Many fear a hard Brexit. Some are hoping for a...


Who Will Get the First Big GDPR Fine and How to Avoid It?

USA - August 22 2018 In July, Eduardo Ustaran spoke at Privacy Laws & Business’ International Conference in Cambridge about the sort of activities likely to prompt...


Four key lessons when facing data class actions in Europe

European Union - July 23 2018 Could the GDPR give rise to foum shopping and are there any pre-litigation strategies that should be considered? Here, we review four key elements...

Christine Gateau, Winston Maxwell.