Privacy and Data Protection
Helping businesses to maintain data protection compliance
In a world of rapidly evolving technology – from Big Data and the Internet of Things to AI – maintaining privacy and data protection compliance is becoming ever more challenging.
While some countries are modelling their new legislation on the principles which underlie the GDPR, others have developed their own approaches which give differing levels of protection to individuals.
This has a significant impact on the way companies need to run their businesses, particularly those with international interests, raising questions over where to hold data, what data to retain and what contracts to hold.
To address these uncertainties, Jurit’s privacy and data protection practice provides practical advice on the law concerning privacy and the processing of personal data and how to manage the differing demands of international regulation.
Our people, your team
We bring the full weight of the many years’ experience we have in data protection and privacy issues to bear, to provide you with true experts in their field who will bring a commercial approach to your privacy and data protection needs.
Our practice is headed by Quentin Archer, a leading figure in the world of privacy and data protection, recognised by Chambers as one of three “senior states persons” in this field (2019).
Quentin is joined by legal adviser and mediator, Graham Cunningham, who has specialised in data protection and confidential information issues – both in industry and private practice – for over 40 years.
Together they will support your business in navigating the complexities of privacy and data protection issues, drawing on the expertise of our international network of professionals to provide local expertise as required.
How we help
Our advice spans the full spectrum of privacy and data protection issues, from advice on the GDPR (and its UK offshoot, the UK GDPR) to international data transfers, marketing and cyber security. We can also provide data protection litigation expertise, as well as advice around the protection of corporate information.Contact us
Our services include:
- Data privacy audits, to check that processing is in compliance with current legislation
- Navigating changes to privacy and data protection rules
- Meaning and interpretation of data protection law
- Creation and implementation of data protection policies
- Advice on data breaches, including procedures, responses and notifications
- Cybersecurity – assessment of legal risk and advice on steps to mitigate that risk
- Privacy issues arising in the course of M&A and other transactions
- Assistance with responses to subject access requests
- Advice on criminal aspects of data protection legislation
- Protection of corporate information, including trade secrets, confidential information and database rights
- Employment contract covenants
- Training, including the development of privacy training programmes
- Privacy and data protection litigation