data protection

Lester Aldridge & Coleman GDPR and Cyber Seminar

Location - Poole

Date: 16th March, 2018

Time:9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Data Protection – the New Regime
About the seminar
The Data Protection regime will change fundamentally in May 2018 with the new General Data Protection Regulation coming into force. All businesses will need to review their policies, procedures and documentation to ensure that they are compliant: the fines for non-compliance will be significant. Approached properly however it will be an opportunity to ensure that your databases are up to date, accurate and relevant.

In this seminar we will examine:

  • How the law is changing and what it means for your business generally
  • What are the implications for HR
  • What should businesses be doing to be compliant
Schedule

Registration with refreshments – 9am

Seminar Start – 9:30am

Finish with buffet lunch – 12pm

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Geoff Trobridge | Lester Aldridge

Geoff Trobridge - Partner

Geoff is a partner in the corporate team who has advises client upon data protection issues and compliance with the new regime introduced by the Data Protection Act – and as the trustee of a charity is also dealing with compliance from a client’s perspective.

Catharine Geddes | Lester Aldridge

catharine Geddes - Partner

Catharine is an experienced employment lawyer and HR advisor. She advises clients on a wide range of matters, providing sound and practical support as needed. Catharine is commercially focussed and helps to position clients so they achieve the best results for their organisation.

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