Data Protection and GDPR
Data protection is a present and growing concern. Our data law specialists advise global businesses on how to process, protect and share data lawfully domestically and across jurisdictions.
We specialise in advising business on how to:
- comply with data law
- respond to data loss and security breaches
- address subject access requests
- transfer or share data
- use data for marketing
- pursue or defend claims for damages
Gordons has a proven track record of helping businesses comply with their obligations and acts as an external Data Protection Officer for a number of clients. We act for businesses of all size from small private companies to national and multinational businesses.
Our Data Protection and GDPR clients include:
Wren Kitchens, Kathmandu, Moss Bros, Vianet, JCT600, Ebuyer, Leeds Law Society, Timothy Taylor, Nisa, Yorkshire Dance
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Managing Director, Mark Pullan
“Gordons understand our sector and business. They are reliable and easy to deal with. We trust them.”
Finance Director, Moss Bros
“Real world advice, delivered quickly, without fuss.”
"Gordons understand us. Just what our business needs."
Chief Executive, Timothy Taylor
“Gordons deliver what we need quickly and efficiently.”
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Data Protection – GDPR comes into force
On 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulations (‘GDPR’) will come into force, replacing the outdated Data Protection Act and regulating the way in which employers can store and process their employees’ data. Notable...