7 July 2022

Webinar: GDPR Refresher

It is now over four years since GDPR came into force, and data protection is just as relevant now as it was then. If your organisation deals with employees, customers, clients or other individuals, you will be processing personal data and need to ensure you are compliant with the principles under current data protection law in the UK. This means having policies and procedures in place which are tailored to your organisation, are regularly reviewed, and which everyone is aware of and complies with.

If, like many organisations, you haven’t reviewed your policies since they were drafted in 2018 and would like some practical tips about things to think about or if you would just like a refresher of the key principles, then you can register for the free webinar below.

What we will cover;

During the webinar, members of our Data Protection team will cover:

  • the key principles;
  • the impact of Brexit;
  • recent decisions by the ICO;
  • the documents you should have in place;
  • practical tips for auditing your existing policies and procedures;
  • the potential consequences of non-compliance


  • Kate Benefer, Partner, Employment

    Kate is a partner in the Employment team based in Oxford. She advises on all aspects of employment law, including matters related to data protection. Kate is experienced in assisting employers to deal with subject access requests, draft compliant HR policies and often delivers GDPR training to organisations.

  • Charlotte Ebbutt, Associate, Commercial

    Charlotte is an Associate in our Commercial team and is based in our Oxford office. She advises clients on a wide range of commercial matters including data protection compliance. Charlotte has experience advising organisations on regulatory compliance, dealing with the Information Commissioner’s Office and preparing policies and agreements that meet GDPR requirements.

  • Fran Tremeer, Associate, Dispute Resolution

    Fran is an Associate in our Dispute Resolution team and acts for organisations in a wide range of commercial disputes. She has experience pursuing contentious data protection and breach of confidence claims, responding to cyber security incidents and defending data breach claims.

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