Data protection and GDPR: what are my legal obligations as a business? - Information Age

Guy Wilmot, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, corporate and commercial team.
Guy Wilmot
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As the two-year anniversary of GDPR approaches, Guy Wilmot explores the continued legal obligations for businesses.

Any business or organisation which holds or uses personal data, which means virtually every business, is subject to data protection legislation, like the GDPR.

What each business needs to do to comply with the GDPR will depend on the nature of the business and how it uses personal data.

'Data protection and GDPR: what are my legal obligations as a business?' is available to read on the Growth Business website and the Information Age website.

Guy is a partner in the corporate and commercial team and advises clients on corporate affairs, startupsintellectual property and technology, e-commerce and IT.

He regularly advises businesses of all sizes on their corporate affairs including shareholders and founders agreementscorporate fundraising and acquisitions and exits.

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