- Data protection considerations for insurers post-Brexit
- The end of the one-stop shop
- UK and EU Representatives
- Data transfer restrictions
- Considerations for insurers
Law360: On 31 December 2020, the Brexit transition period ended, and the UK formally exited the EU. Perhaps surprisingly, despite such a seismic shift in the UK constitution, the key principles of UK data protection law remain fundamentally unchanged. This is partly due to the UK’s wider obligations under international law stemming from the UK’s membership in the Council of Europe, and also because the UK still needs to secure an EU adequacy decision in an effort to avoid significant impact to UK companies that rely on international data flows for their business. Charlotte Worlock, a partner at Atheria Law PC considers the implications for insurers.
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