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GDPR for contentious regulatory lawyers

 

09 July 2018

Know your GDPR: self-reporting and enforcement considerations for contentious regulatory lawyers.  With the recent implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (GDPR), many financial services institutions are asking themselves what it may mean from a more traditional financial services regulatory perspective, particularly in terms of firms’ ever-present reporting obligations.

This article, authored by Stacey McEvoy, senior associate in our Litigation team, considers some specific issues that may arise in a contentious regulatory context in relation to document retention, self-reporting obligations and possible overlap between enforcement agencies.

To read the full article, click here.

This material was published by Thomson Reuters in Practical Law in June 2018 and is reproduced with the agreement of the Publisher.

In addition, please also see our briefing on a related subject: GDPR for litigators published in April 2018.

 

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