Data Protection and Information Law Conference 2024
Thursday 09th, May 2024
14:00 - 17:00
Devonshires Solicitors LLP, 30 Finsbury Circus, London, EC2M 7DT

Data Protection and Information Law Conference 2024

Data Protection and Information Law Conference 2024

Our Data Protection and Information Law Conference 2024 brings together our industry-leading specialists to provide updates on the law and practical considerations in relation to data protection.

The topics covered include;

  1. Regulatory outlook for the year ahead including the new Access to Information Scheme
  2. Developments and updates on data breach cases and the impact of the fixed costs regime on the same
  3. Troublesome Data Subject Access Requests in the employee sphere
  4. Data Protection considerations in IT contracts


Hetal Ruparelia, Partner, Housing Management & Property Litigation

Hetal advises on various aspects of Property Litigation and Housing Management including breach of lease issues, adverse possession, boundary disputes, lease variations, regeneration advice and service charge disputes. Hetal also provides non-contentious advice on housing and policy issues.

Joanna Bouloux, Partner, Real Estate & Projects

Joanna specialises in advising on a range of corporate and commercial work including joint ventures, acquisitions and disposals, IT and commercial contracts.

Joanna has a particular focus on joint ventures in the real estate sector which ranges from advising housing association clients to developers and local authorities.

Rebecca Brady, Chartered Legal Executive, Housing Management & Property Litigation

Rebecca has an extremely wide and varied practice, accepting instructions from Local Authorities and Registered Providers on all aspects of leasehold and tenancy management.

Rebecca’s expertise in tenancy management includes possession claims, injunction applications, disrepair and housing conditions claims. Rebecca has successfully defended a number of disrepair claims at Trial, recovering the landlord’s legal costs from the tenant’s insurers. Rebecca has a particular interest in succession and unlawful occupation cases, including those involving trespassers.

Chris Cuckney, Solicitor, Employment

Chris advises on all aspects of employment law, and his expertise covers a mixed caseload of both contentious and non-contentious matters.

Chris has extensive experience in defending all types of Employment Tribunal claim, with a particular emphasis on unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, TUPE and claims under the Equality Act 2010. Chris advises on all stages of the litigation process, and has carried out his own Employment Tribunal advocacy in both preliminary and full merits hearings.

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