A major shake-up of the laws covering data protection in the UK comes into force on 25 May.
The General Data Protection Regulations (or GDPR for short) is a EU-wide legal framework and in Britain it will replace the Data Protection Act 1998.
At Reynolds Parry Jones Solicitors, we understand that businesses are likely to have many questions about what the GDPR means for them and how it will affect the way they use and store data.
The penalties for failing to comply with the new legislation are severe, so it is imperative that businesses understand their obligations and make all necessary preparations ahead of the start date.
We can advise on:
- Governance issues
- Employees’ rights under GDPR
- Reporting data breaches
- Changes to contracts and policies
Call one of our specialist business lawyers now to discuss how we can advise on these issues.