In obtaining this prestigious qualification, Kate, who works in the firm’s commercial litigation team, has further enhanced and developed her knowledge of data protection law, and is perfectly placed to advise on this complex area and the practical implications for organisations of implementing the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR.
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Acknowledging her achievement and the benefit that it will have for the firm’s clients, Kate said: ‘I am delighted to have become a qualified data protection practitioner. The practical nature of the PDP course will allow me to develop the services I am able to offer to clients, both in relation to data protection issues but also with regards to wider issues such as reputation protection.’
Kate specialises in dealing with contentious data protection issues, subject-access requests and data breaches.
With ever increasing sanctions being imposed for data protection breaches, data protection continues to be high up the agenda for many businesses. The in-depth knowledge and understanding of the area that the PDP course provides to advisers is absolutely invaluable to ensuring the best possible advice is obtained.