Guest Blogger: John G. Gabrielski
As a featured blogger in the past, John has a strong interest, enthusiasm, and knowledge of Brexit, and his excitement for the topic can be seen in his latest post below.
As time and options dwindle for Theresa May, Britain’s MP’s can smell blood in the water.» Read More
Leading up to, and since its implementation in the European Union (“EU”) in 2018, Fortune 500 entities doing business in the EU and controlling and/or processing EU personal data have developed policies for the maintenance and use of personal information of EU Citizens. » Read More
Way back on August 17, 2017 (seems like a lifetime ago), we brought you information regarding the European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and its impact on those doing business in the EU*.
And now, guess what–the GDPR goes live on May 25, a week from today. » Read More
The below post is authored by Agnieszka Kaczmarek of the Poland law firm Domański Zakrzewski Palinka sp. k.
The European Data Protection Regulation is to come into force on 25 May 2018 (the “GDPR”). It introduces many far-reaching changes in data processing, including the possibility of the supervision authority to impose high fines for processing data in breach of the law (up to EUR 20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover).» Read More
Co-Written by John Gabrielski
Barely thirty minutes after Prime Minister Theresa May commenced her address to Parliament at noon today, Tim Barrow, the UK’s representative to the EU, hand delivered its Article 50 Notice to Donald Trusk, the President of the European Counsel , in Brussels. » Read More