Data Protection

Privacy has never been more important in today’s world of ever increasing surveillance and technological advances.  The regulation of data is a fast moving area where breaches or non-compliance by a company in meeting its data protection obligations can result in serious fines of up to £500,000 from the Information Commissioner.

The Data Protection Act 1998 primarily governs this area of law and any organisation whose staff process personal data, must comply with it.  Failure to do so can be a criminal offence, and clearly the ramifications of a breach can be severe for the reputation of any business unfortunate enough to fall foul of compliance.

Our lawyers at Reeds have the expertise and know how to guide you through this rapidly changing and complex area of law.  With our client focused approach, you can rest assured that both your personal and business needs are always at the forefront of the commercially driven and pragmatic advice we pride ourselves on giving to our clients.

For a discreet consultation, contact one of our specialist team.  You can also click here to provide us with your details and a member of the team will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

At Reeds we are also able to offer you the option of instructing a member of our integrated Chambers directly.  Our team of exceptional solicitor-advocates and barristers have been carefully selected by us based on their proven legal ability, clear judgement and commitment to our client centred approach.  To learn more, please click here to be directed to our Chambers site.

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