On the Case: Doorbell cameras, privacy and data protection - EG

Michael Stacey, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, dispute resolution team. Pauline Lam, Senior associate in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, property litigation team.
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Michael Stacey, Pauline Lam

The recent county court ruling in nuisance and breach of privacy case Fairhurst v Woodard raised interesting questions of data protection.

Russell-Cooke partner Michael Stacey and associate Pauline Lam discussed with EG how a neighbourly dispute revolving around the use of Ring doorbell cameras could impact residential and commercial landowners looking to protect their properties. 

On the Case: Doorbell cameras, privacy and data protection is free to listen to on the EG Property Podcasts streaming page.

Michael is a partner in the litigation team. His particular specialism is regulatory and public law. Michael has experience in relation to data protection, including investigations by the Information Commissioner's Office and the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Pauline is an associate in the property and housing litigation team. She specialises in property dispute resolution and provides effective solutions for clients who encounter issues with a property element. She also acts for clients in boundary and development disputes covering restrictive covenant, easement, trespass and nuisance. 

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