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commercial and data protection law update - hear from Richard Nicholas

20 October 2017

In this session Richard Nicholas, commercial and technology lawyer, takes a look at contract creation – in particular, the contract that was made in a pub in the case of Blue v Ashley. Richard also talks about how you can get your contracts in shape for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – the wording, the principles, the practice – and the obligations upon data processors.

Join the conversation on Twitter using #GenerationGDPR where you’ll find lots of useful resources and information relating to data privacy.

If you would like to hear Richard's talk in full, you can hear an audio recording of the session below.

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