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Question of the week: what are the data protection implications of a client recording a solicitor and another client without their consent, and subsequently providing that recording to their own solicitor?

Question of the week: what are the data protection implications of a client recording a solicitor and another client without their consent, and subsequently providing that recording to their own solicitor?
Published on: 30 April 2021
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Question of the week: what are the data protection implications of a client recording a solicitor and another client without their consent, and subsequently providing that recording to their own solicitor?
  • Application of the UK GDPR apply to voice recordings
  • Making and sharing the recording
  • Making/sharing the recording in a professional or commercial capacity
  • Making/sharing the recording in a personal capacity
  • Recipient of the recording

Article summary

This week’s question of the week is what are the data protection implications of a client recording a solicitor and another client without their consent, and subsequently providing that recording to their own solicitor? Read our Q&A to learn more about this topic and what issues law firms may face. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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