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29 September 2022 | Comment | Article by Emily Powell

Information law essentials webinar series

Information law webinar series | Hugh James

 

Our Information Law team host a webinar series covering the essentials you need to know when it comes to information law. Topics include data protection, Freedom of Information (FOI), environmental information law and Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR). 

 

Webinar replays

Webinar: Data Protection Essentials replay

Webinar replay: Data protection essentials

Our webinar provides you with the key essentials you need to know when it comes to data protection law. You'll learn the key concepts and principles, and potential lawful bases for processing and sharing data in compliance with the requirements of the data protection legislation.

You'll also look at what to do when things “go wrong” and the importance of meeting an organisation’s reporting obligations to the Information Commissioner’s Office and/or the data subjects affected by certain personal data breaches.

We wrap up the session with an interactive session of 'breach or no breach', where you'll look at whether particular scenarios constitute a “breach” or “no breach” of personal data.

The session is delivered by Sali OwensEmployment Associate and Ilan JonesCorporate/Commercial Solicitor. Both Sali and Ilan are part of our wider Information Law team and are experienced data protection practitioners.

Webinar: Freedom of Information Essentials replay

Webinar replay: Freedom of Information essentials

The second webinar in our Information law essentials series, we provide you with the key essentials you need to know when it comes to freedom of information and environmental information law. You learn the key concepts and principles, how to handle requests for information and consider the grounds for withholding information.

You also look at what to do when things go wrong and how to handle a complaint, both internally and if matters reach the Information Commissioner's Office.

We wrap the session up with an interactive session where you look at whether particular scenarios constitute a request for information and whether information requested should be withheld or disclosed.

The session is delivered by Emily Powell, Corporate/Commercial partner and Ilan Jones, Corporate/Commercial solicitor. Both Emily and Ilan are part of our wider Information Law team and are experienced data protection practitioners.

Webinar: Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations Essentials replay

Webinar: Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) essentials

The third webinar in our Information law essentials webinar series, we provide you with the key essentials you need to know when it comes to the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR).

Learn the key concepts and principles, how to comply with the rules on sending marketing communications, what to do when things go wrong, and how to handle a complaint, both internally and if matters reach the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Wrapping up the session with an interactive session, you'll look at whether particular scenarios constitute a “breach” or “no breach” of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations.

The session is delivered by Tracey Singlehurst-Ward, Dispute Resolution partner and Ilan Jones, Corporate/Commercial solicitor. Both Tracey and Ilan are part of our wider Information Law team.


Information law key contact

 

Emily Powell is a partner in the corporate and commercial team and specialises in advising the public sector on public law, procurement and state aid.

Emily heads up the firm's Information Law team, advising public and private bodies on their information law obligations.

Emily is often asked to draft data sharing and data processing agreements for clients who need to ensure that data sharing and processing is carried out in a manner compliant with the GDPR and Data Protection Act.

She also advises on the drafting of privacy policies, including those for children and young persons.

 

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