GDPR Enforcement & Compensation - 4 Years On
At the time the GDPR came into force, in May 2018, there was great uncertainty about the extent to which the ICO would use its expanded fining powers and whether compensation claims would proliferate.
Several years on, it is now possible to reflect more fully on these two concerns. This virtual classroom seminar will include a series of practical scenarios, consider recent developments, and look forward to potential changes.
What You Will Learn
This live broadcast will cover the following:
- Summary of the UK enforcement regime
- Discussion of civil monetary penalties issued within the UK
- Comparison with civil monetary penalties issued in the EU
- Interpretation of applicable legislation
- Meaning of ‘damage’ and ‘distress’
- CPR considerations
- Pre-action protocol
- CPR Part 53 Media and Communications Claims
- Strike out and summary judgment
- Types of loss
- Recovery of damages for loss of control over personal data
- ‘Class actions’
- Group Litigation Orders v Representative Actions
- Heads of claim
- Additional claims for breach of confidence, misuse of private information and negligence
- Level of damages
- Threshold of seriousness
- Case law update
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