Webcast: the data protection and FOI regimes in the context of litigation
Welcome to the last in Stephenson Harwood’s series of four short webcasts, which takes a bite-sized look at some of the ways in which litigation and court orders can affect parties who are not participants in the relevant litigation.
In this final webcast, Jonathan Kirsop examines how the UK data protection regime applies to regulate the information disclosed and reviews the situation where a public authority receives a freedom-of-information request that relates to a third party’s information.
This webcast is suitable for in-house counsel and compliance contacts in English and international banks and financial institutions and overseas law firms. Viewers of all four parts will qualify for one CPD point.
Click on the link below to watch the Stephenson Harwood webcast.
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