20th September 2016

Data protection in a post-Brexit UK

With Brexit plans still up in the air and the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in 2018, companies are left wondering how the UK’s departure from the EU will affect the data protection requirements placed on them.

Alastair Govier, a partner in Thrings’ Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution team, joins a select panel of specialists in sharing their views with the Expert Financial Adviser on what lies ahead and what companies can be doing now to prepare for the introduction of the new regulations.

Click here to read Expert Financial Adviser’s article in full.

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