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On 14 June we invite you to Chambers General Counsel Seminar "A Practical Perspective of the GDPR: Main Challenges and Ongoing Compliance" at Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London.
In this seminar attendees will have the opportunity to learn and discuss how companies have solved the main compliance issues arising from the GDPR, and what the main challenges will be to ensure their ongoing compliance.
The seminar will be facilitated by leading data protection and data privacy lawyers from countries across Europe, helping attendees to consider the challenges of complying with the GDPR across Europe.
Bartosz Marcinkowski, head of DZP's Data Privacy Team, will take part in panel session "Practical perspectives of the GDPR – main challenges and ongoing compliance" and will share some of the practical steps companies have taken to solve the main compliance issues arising from the GDPR and what the main challenges will be to ensure ongoing compliance now that the GDPR has come into force.
Venue: Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5ED
8:30am – 09:00am Registration and Breakfast
9:00am – 10:30am Panel Session 1: Practical perspectives of the GDPR – main challenges and ongoing compliance
This panel will discuss and share some of the practical steps companies have taken to solve the main compliance issues arising from the GDPR and what the main challenges will be to ensure ongoing compliance now that the GDPR has come into force.
Hans Helwig, Partner, Employment and Data Protection - Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein (Germany)
Bartosz Marcinkowski, Partner, Corporate M&A and Data Privacy - DZP (Poland)
Benjamin Mourot, Partner, IP/IT and Data Protection - Bignon Lebray (France)
Carlos Pérez, Partner and Head of Information Technology and Compliance – ECIJA (Spain)
Helen Selby, General Counsel and Company Secretary – Hovis Ltd
10:30am – 11:00am Networking Break
11:00am – 11:30am Panel Session 2: After GDPR - What is next? Major Developments in Data Privacy Regulation
This panel will look at some of the major upcoming regulations that companies need to be prepared for concerning data privacy. They will discuss in particular the new UK Data Protection Act and the EU e-privacy Regulation.
Bastiaan Bruyndonckx, Partner, Head of ICT – Lydian (Belgium)
Robert Lands, Partner, Head of IP and Commercial - Howard Kennedy (UK)
11.30am – 12:00pm Networking and Close
The event is open to in-house counsel and industry specific business professionals only and is free of charge.
To register please visit website https://www.chambersandpartners.com/a-practical-perspective-of-the-gdpr
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