Investigation reports, Inter company disputes and Subject Access Requests – How do I handle it?

Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 16 August 2022
Ricky Kelly
RDJ
Issues covered: Data Protection; Policies and Procedures; Subject Access Requests

Legal island – investigation reports, Inter company disputes and subject access requests – How do I handle it?

There is a growing occurrence of inter-company disputes and the use of subject access requests to elicit sensitive information. Take the following scenario as an example:

Bravo Limited and Charlie Limited form a business partnership and work closely together. However, they are distinct and separate legal entities.

A complaint of bullying/harassment is made by an employee of Bravo Limited (the “Complainant”) against employee of Charlie Limited (the “Accused Employee”).

  1. On foot of the complaint, Charlie Limited conducts a full investigation in line with its own internal employee

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This article is correct at 16/08/2022
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Ricky Kelly
RDJ

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