Data protection law support for international businesses with a UK presence
Data is now a key business asset, but is also subject to heightened EU regulation, with wide global territorial scope. Regulatory authorities have the power to impose hefty fines, or even to order the suspension of data processing altogether.
When you need to be safe in the knowledge that your business presence is compliant, trust in our GDPR expertise. We can provide your business with a full solution or help you with certain aspects, no matter where your organisation is on its GDPR journey.
HELP FOR ALL STAGES OF YOUR BUSINESS
A full suite of data protection services
What makes us a stand-out choice from other law firms with expertise in this area is how we work with our affiliate company to provide a full suite of data protection services. Together we can act as your Article 27 EU Representative, or UK Representative, depending on your requirements (you can find out whether your organisation needs one here).
Data audits and compilation of Article 30 records (legally required records of your data processing activities)
Developing your data protection policies, procedures and privacy notices
Advice on measures to be taken to ensure GDPR compliance when transferring data out of the EU
Data protection impact assessments – to be undertaken when new processes or technologies are introduced which might affect the rights and freedoms of data subjects
Drafting agreements (which are legally required) to regulate your relationship with other entities who may be processing personal data on your behalf, or on whose behalf you may be processing personal data.
Respected by overseas companies looking for a UK partner in law.
Técnicas Reunidas UK Ltd
Técnicas Reunidas group is a leading international engineering and construction company for oil and gas production, refining and petrochemicals and power generation projects.
It ranks among the top three oil and gas engineering and construction companies in Europe and among the top 10 in the world.
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