Schillings’ Scott and Sumpster give evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee
On Wednesday 2 July 2014, Schillings partner Chris Scott and senior associate Jennie Sumpster gave evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee (Sub-Committee F) on the ‘right to be forgotten’.
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