Data protection law for insolvency practitioners - taking control of personal data

Why should tech lawyers have all the fun?!  The pervasive fiend that is data protection law also infiltrates the work of other breeds of lawyers such as insolvency practitioners.

Our Lexis®PSL Restructuring & Insolvency  mates over at the Randi blog have produced the 'On the edge' series of guides highlighting a selection of less familiar areas of legislation that lie at the periphery of the everyday work of insolvency practitioners.  Being aware of these areas, and being able to spot potential problems before they arise can help avoid unexpected expenses or, at worst, personal liability attaching to the insolvency practitioner.

In this guide, Mark Gleeson, a partner, Rachel De Souza, an associate, and Helen Kavanagh, a professional support lawyer, of Squire Patton Boggs give guidance on key areas of data protection law that insolvency practitioners need to be aware of and the steps that can be taken to protect against liability.

Download your free copy of 'On the edge - data protection law for insolvency practitioners' here.

 

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