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Episodes 1-7: Data protection and the GPDR: an overview

The 25th of May 2018 will see a huge shift in the regulation of data protection across the EU. This is the date from which EU organisation's will have to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

In the first of a series of podcasts looking at different aspects of the GDPR, Charities and Social Economy Partners, Peter Parker and Sue King provide an overview of the GDPR and its likely effect on charities and social enterprises.  

The second in a series of podcasts by Sue King and Duncan Milwain at Wrigleys concerning the implications of the new GDPR for Charities, Schools and not for profit organisations.


The third in a series of podcasts by Peter Parker and Duncan Milwain at Wrigleys concerning the new Data Protection regulations and their inpact on charities.

In the fourth in a series of podcasts by Peter Parker and Sue King at Wrigleys will be discussing the requirements for for obtaining consent under the new GDPR regulation.

The fifth in a series of podcasts by Wrigleys - Peter Parker and Sue King will be discussing how to use the "legitimate interests" purpose for lawfully processing personal data under the new GDPR regulation

In the sixth episode of our podcasts on preparing for GDPR Sue and Peter consider issues arising when organisations share data with third parties both within the EU and further afield.

In our seventh and final podcast aimed to help you prepare for implementation of GDPR Sue King and Peter Parker look at what happens if you are in breach of the GDPR and how you should manage the situation.

Review of Paying for Residential Care: A Guide for Private Client Practitioners (Third Edition): Austin Thornton

Published by ARK Group £345.00 Review by Caroline Bielanska, TEP, Solicitor, Independent Consultant, trainer and author

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Abolition of event fees

What could this mean for co-housing & community-led housing?

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Property fraud: Taking steps to help safeguard against forgery

In this article we look at what action can be taken to specifically safeguard against forgery of documents relating to ownership of your property.

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Employment Breakfast Briefing: Redundancy Handling: A practical guide - 17 April 2018

Date: 17 Apr 2018

Venue: Radisson Blu, Leeds

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Date: 25 Apr 2018


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Employment Law Update for Charities 2018

Date: 26 Jun 2018

Venue: Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, Leeds

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