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Data Protection Solicitors

Data Protection Advice from Experienced Solicitors

Our data protection solicitors advise on all aspects of data protection law.

Whilst we have particular expertise advising organisations on responding to data breaches and complex subject access requests, we advise on all aspects of data protection law including privacy notices, information security, workforce monitoring, international data transfers and other data subject rights such as the right to be forgotten. We also advise on compliance with the rules around the use of cookies and similar technologies.

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Information Law

A particular strength is that we advise on all areas of information law rather than just focusing on data protection. We advise on privacy, confidentiality, misuse of private information and the legal implications concerning the monetisation of personal data.

This holistic approach helps to ensure that we provide the best possible advice to our clients. For example, when advising a client on the risks associated with a data breach, we can advise them regarding the risks of claims under privacy laws in addition to data protection legislation.

The team also advise on freedom of information law, including the Freedom of Information Act and the Environmental Information Regulations.


A Full-Service Offering

Clients in many of our key sectors, such as education, charities, healthcare, pharma, public sector and technology, have specific, complex, and often urgent data protection law needs. This means that our data protection solicitors are used to advising on complicated data protection matters and that our advice is always sector specific. We provide pragmatic, commercial, and cost effective solutions.

Developments in technology make it easier to use personal data on a large scale in ever more complex ways, particularly in an online environment or technology focused environment. We work closely with our Technology Team to support our technology clients and we advise on high risk areas such as the use of personal data in relation to adtech and real time bidding.


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For legal advice from experienced data protection solicitors, please contact Andrew Gallie on 0117 314 5623.

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Our experienced team of data protection solicitors provides specialist legal advice on all aspects of information law and data protection compliance.

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Andrew Gallie - Data Protection Solicitor in Bristol - VWV Solicitors
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Penny Bygrave - Senior Associate & Data Protection Solicitor in London - VWV Law Firm
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Vicki Bowles - Senior Associate & Data Protection Solicitor in Bristol - VWV Solicitors
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