Dealing with Data Subject Access Requests

Posted in : Crowley Solicitors Hot Topics Series on 30 July 2019
Cormac Murphy
Crowley Solicitors

The scope of a Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) is wide ranging and has become a staple action point in the itinerary of an employee embarking on a contentious internal or external litigation process with their employer.  In this month’s Hot Topics article, Cormac Murphy, Senior Associate with Crowley Solicitors outlines an Employer’s obligations in dealing with DSAR’s and discusses some of the more controversial aspects such as the receipt of a DSAR during a contentious investigation, disciplinary or appeals process. 


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Cormac Murphy
Crowley Solicitors

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