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16 April 2018: Seminar New Privacy Law (GDPR)

Publication date: 22 March 2018
On Monday 16 April 2018 Russell Advocaten will organize a seminar where we will discuss the new European privacy rules that will take effect in the Netherlands, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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What does the GDPR mean for you?

On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) shall enter into force. This European privacy regulation contains rules on the (automatic) processing of personal data. What will be the changes entrepreneurs, employers and other organisations will have to face when the GDPR enters into effect? What are personal data and when are you processing data? What requirements do you have to meet and what will be the sanctions for failing to comply with the rules?

Speakers

Reinier Russell, LL.M. is a lawyer and mediator. He advises and litigates in the areas of corporate law, real estate, and employment law and is an experienced boardroom advisor. Over the last 15 years, he has also been the managing partner at Russell Advocaten.

Jan Dop, LL.M. is a lawyer and partner at Russell Advocaten. He specializes in corporate law and employment law. Jan provides legal advice on the daily operations of entrepreneurs. He also regularly contributes articles to legal journals.

Programme

Date:Monday 16 April 2018
Time:12.00h – Registration, coffee/tea/lunch
12.30h – Seminar
13.30h – Questions and discussion
14.00h – Closing
Location:Russell Advocaten
Reimersbeek 2
1082 AG Amsterdam

 

More information

Would you like to learn more about the subject of the seminar? Please, consult our website for information about the New Privacy Law.
For questions or additional information please e-mail us at workshop@russell.nl

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