Daradjeet Jagpal

Daradjeet advises clients of all sizes from start-up businesses, well-known commercial brands to UK Government Departments and Scottish Government Directorates on Information Law matters. He was solely responsible for advising on all Information Law issues associated with the organisation, management, broadcasting, delivery and legacy of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

He regularly contributes to legal and industry publications and has been asked to comment on developments in Information Law for: LexisNexis; the International Bar Association; Workplace Law Magazine; The Herald and The Scotsman newspapers; Scottish Legal News; Scottish Housing News; Inside Housing; and Third Force News.

He speaks widely at events and conferences. He was invited by the first Scottish Information Commissioner to address the Commissioner and an audience on the scope of the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 and their possible application to the private and other sectors in Scotland. Daradjeet’s submissions subsequently resulted in changes to the scope of the Regulations in the Commissioner’s Decision 118/2014 Mr X and Dunbritton Housing Association Ltd

(http://www.itspublicknowledge.info/ApplicationsandDecisions/Decisions/2014/201302209.aspx).

Daradjeet is a tutor and lecturer in the School of Law at the University of Glasgow, and has also been engaged by the University to develop and deliver a series of continuing professional education courses on Data Protection, Freedom of Information, and Environmental Information Law matters. He has separately been commissioned by the University to write and produce online training videos and associated test questions for University staff on data security matters. He was also a tutor at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

Contributed to

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Data licence agreement—pro-licensee
Precedent

This Precedent is a pro-licensee data licence by which the licensor grants a licence of personal and non-personal data to the licensee and effects the transfer of the personal data on controller to controller agreed terms.

Data sharing clause—GDPR compliant—short form—controller to controller—pro-receiving party
Precedent

This is a precedent short form clause drafted for use as part of a commercial agreement involving limited or incidental personal data sharing between controllers if the parties will each act as controllers and the receiving party wishes to contract on a basis that complies with essential requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the GDPR) in connection with such sharing of low risk personal data. It is drafted from the perspective of the receiving party. It may also be called a GDPR compliant controller-to-controller clause or GDPR compliant controller-to-controller provisions or referred to as a controller-to-controller data sharing arrangement.

Data sharing schedule—GDPR compliant—short form—controller to controller—pro-disclosing party
Precedent

This is a precedent short form schedule drafted for use as part of a commercial agreement involving limited or incidental personal data sharing between controllers if the parties will each act as controllers and the disclosing party wishes to contract on a basis that complies with essential requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the GDPR) in connection with such sharing of low risk personal data. It is drafted from the perspective of the disclosing party. It may also be called (or adapted into) GDPR compliant controller-to-controller clauses, GDPR compliant controller-to-controller provisions or referred to as a controller-to-controller data sharing arrangement.

Database assignment—pro-assignee
Precedent

This Precedent is a database sale agreement that has been drafted from the point of view of the assignee. The purpose of the agreement is to assign the copyright and database right and transfer the ownership of the data in the database from the assignor to the assignee. The Precedent has been drafted on the basis that the database does not contain personal data.

Database assignment—pro-assignor
Precedent

This Precedent is a database sale agreement that has been drafted from the point of view of the assignor. The purpose of the agreement is to assign the copyright and database right and transfer the ownership of the data in the database from the assignor to the assignee. The Precedent has been drafted on the basis that the database does not contain personal data.

Other work

Practice areas

Panel

  • Consulting Editorial Board
  • Q&A Panel
  • Specialist Panel

Education

  • LL.B (with honours)
  • Diploma in Legal Practice
  • LL.M in Data Protection Law, E-Commerce Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Telecommunications Law
  • M..Phil in Data Protection Law

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