Brexit: How to Get Your Data Transfer Ducks in a Row

Posted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 11 April 2019
Cormac Murphy
Crowley Solicitors
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In this ‘Hot Topics’ article Cormac Murphy, Senior Associate Solicitor in Crowley Solicitors, sets out how you can ‘Brexit-Proof’ your data transfer.

Are you an Irish company and do you transfer personal data (such as employee data) to the UK (including Northern Ireland)?

Safe to say the Brexit process has exposed us to more twists and turns than a Hollywood thriller movie. At the time of writing, EU leaders have agreed a further 6-month extension to the end of October 2019, putting Brexit on track for a Halloween exit. Since the only thing certain about Brexit is the uncertainty, this article is intended to address steps for your organisation to take if you are transferring personal data

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Cormac Murphy
Crowley Solicitors

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