With 25th May fast approaching, are you ready for what is set to be one of the biggest data legislation changes in 20 years? Do you have more questions than answers?
Our panel of expert lawyers and entrepreneurs will host a Q&A on 3rd May to answer any questions or concerns you have about how to be 'GDPR ready'.
Did you know whether you are the processor or controller, both are responsible for infringement of the new General Data Protection Regulation? With potential fines as high as €20 million or 4% of the company’s global annual turnover, we will be asking questions such as:
How are we affected and which businesses are most vulnerable?
What is the difference between the controller and processor?
How do we integrate GDPR into our marketing and direct mail activity?
How does GDPR impact upon our HR procedures?
With just weeks to go, what can we do now to prepare for compliance?
Make the most of the event by coming prepared with your own questions for our expert panel.
Susan Anderton runs an SME brand and marketing consultancy.
For over 25 years, Susan has worked across many industry sectors including construction and property. As a result of her experience, Susan often sits on construction panels to discuss the impact of economic and political change on small businesses.
In the past 15 years, Susan has worked with main contractors, architects, engineers and costs consultants on devising and implementing brand and business strategies, work winning marketing and business development techniques.
Dorothy Agnew is partner in the firm's commercial team, specialising in data protection, technology and intellectual property law, distribution, agency and general commercial contracts.
Dorothy's expertise lies within IPR law including IPR licences and assignments, research and development agreements and publishing agreements; general legal advice on IPR law including protecting and exploiting your IPR and advice on IPR infringements. For IT/e-commerce law, Dorothy advises on website terms and conditions, internet search engine optimisation, application service provision, software licensing and development, hardware supply, and IT support and maintenance.
Katherine Maxwell is a partner and the head of the firm's employment law team. She handles all aspects of employment law, acting for clients ranging from large corporates, SME’s and entrepreneurs, as well as senior executives.
Katherine and her team help clients keep abreast of changes in employment law to help them remain compliant with the ever-changing employment legislation including GDPR, ensuring they implement the right procedures and policies that meet their employer obligations. Katherine provides her clients with clear, pragmatic and commercial advice.
Michael Warren is a CRM Consultant and director at Stanton Allen. Michael has spent 25 years working with firms to successfully implement their CRM systems. Michael founded Stanton Allen ten years ago, having spent many years working with firms to fix problems arising from poor data quality and low adoption rates. His mission is to help clients identify the critical success factors for their CRM and implement simple, practical and realistic measures to achieve them. He is now heavily immersed in helping client’s get their data GDPR ready!