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            GDPR: Impact to contractual relationships

            A major focus area for businesses will be how certain key changes in GDPR affecting outsourcing and data sharing will impact both existing and future contractual relationships. Steps should therefore be taken to review these relationships and where necessary update contracts before GDPR comes into effect.

            Date: 29/08/2017

            GDPR | DWF

            Whether as a customer, supplier or distributor of services which involve the handling of personal data, many businesses will be subject to significant legal changes from May 2018 when the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") comes into effect.

            A major focus area for businesses will be how certain key changes in GDPR affecting outsourcing and data sharing will impact both existing and future contractual relationships. Steps should therefore be taken to review these relationships and where necessary update contracts before GDPR comes into effect.

            Our data protection experts can offer a level of service to reflect varying budgets, ranging from conducting comprehensive reviews to ad hoc advice to help steer or sense check your own internal GDPR contract review projects.

            Download and keep: GDPR and Contracts

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