The General Data Protection Regulations seminar by Ian Whitehurst
Ian Whitehurst, counsel at these chambers will be speaking and covering recent developments in Data Protection Law.
We would like to invite you and members of your team to a seminar taking place at 7 Harrington Street Chambers on 22nd January in relation to The General Data Protection Regulations.
Ian Whitehurst, counsel at these chambers will be speaking and covering recent developments in Data Protection Law. An overview of the seminar and CV for Ian Whitehurst are attached.
The seminar will carry 3 hours CPD and is free to attend.
If you or any members of your team would like to attend please contact Claire Tumilty either by email email@example.com or phone 0151 242 0714 to RSVP.
We look forward to seeing you there
THE GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN DATA PROTECTION LAW
1. Purpose of the Regulation
- Ambit of the regulation
- Timetable of Implementation
- Applicability into English Law
- New Concepts
- Jurisdictional Reach of the Regulation
2. Data Law Principles
- Lawfulness of processing
- Protecting legitimate interests
- Sensitive data protection
3. Individual Rights
- Information Notices
- Subject Access Requests
- Right to Object
- Right to Erasure
4. Accountability, Security & Breach Notification
- Role of a data protection officer
- Impact assessments
- Investigation, Compliance management & reporting
- Auditing of data
5. Role of the Regulator
- Enhanced role of the ICO
- Co-operation with the Regulator
- Seeking guidance & self-reporting
- Increased levels of fines
- Enforcement Notices
7. Civil Liability
- Compensation claims
- Class action litigation
- Vicarious liability for employers
- Contractual relationships & indemnities
Data Protection CV
Ian Whitehurst practices in criminal and regulatory law with a specific emphasis on data protection and cyber crime. He has written several articles on data protection and the new digital age and has delivered lectures and video briefings on the subject.
He is instructed on a regular basis to advise and represent a wide range of clients (individuals, directors, companies) in relation to criminal and civil investigations by the industry regulator (the ICO); advisory and compliance issues and the developing area of civil litigation.
Outlined below is a brief summary of his ongoing and recent case load:
- Advised a major financial institution and its in-house legal team in relation to civil enforcement proceedings brought against them by the ICO in relation to purchasing data from a third party without the requisite consent
- Instructed to advise and represent a claimant in mediation proceedings in an ongoing data protection dispute with a national broadcaster
- Instructed to advise on the use and admissibility of telematic data by a major insurance company in relation to personal injury litigation
- Instructed to advise a claimant in a case against her local authority employer for breaching her personal data and which adversely affected her employment rights
- Successfully advised a Human Resources company in avoiding a criminal prosecution by the ICO in relation to allegedly purchasing confidential information from an employee of an existing client
- Instructed to advise a claimant in relation to a data breach by a government department (DWP) which adversely affected a disabled person’s employment status
- Advising a gambling organisation based in Malta on purchasing third party data and compliance with the GDPR
- Instructed to advise a claimant in relation to two ongoing cases against a government department (MOD) for breach of his personal data related to ongoing civil litigation
- Instructed to advise a barrister in relation to a data protection breach affecting the loss of sensitive personal data of clients
- Instructed to advise a family in relation to a claim against a school academy for breaching sensitive data of a child
- Advising on a potential data breach by a firm of stockbrokers which adversely affected the estate of a deceased client
Outlined below is a list of Ian’s recent publications:
- Investigatory Powers Act – will the new oversight regime be effective?
- Data Privacy & Brexit – deal breaker or opportunity to reboot?
- Augmented Reality & The Law
- Enforcement of Corporate Crime: stronger sentencing of people convicted of stealing personal data & the forthcoming general data protection regulation
Dad and daughter dodge jail for neglecting bedridden great-gran who died being feasted upon by maggo
Catherine Purcell senior died in a “cesspit of her own faeces and bodily fluid”, which chemically destroyed her mattress and bed
Yob threatened to slash hero who stopped him attacking ex-girlfriend
Drunken Jamie Atkinson, 28, confronted Jennifer Wain when she was at home with her three children and pushed her onto the floor
Punjabi Illegal Immigrant jailed for Killing his Brother-In-Law
Sukhwinder Singh, a Punjabi illegal immigrant has been jailed for killing his brother-in-law.
Indian paranoid schizophrenic man jailed in UK for murder
By Aditi Khanna London, Jun 30 (PTI) An Indian man, who was allowed into the UK following "an administrative error "
Carl Madigan jailed for life for murdering Sam Cook
A 23-year-old has been jailed for life for murdering a man by stabbing him to death as he celebrated his 21st birthday.
Coward Madigan seen on CCTV re-enacting killing in nightclub hours after murder
The vital video evidence shows Carl Madigan's actions immediately after he'd stabbed Sam Cook through the heart
Man stabbed to death through heart on 21st birthday after row.
Carl Madigan, 23, plunged a knife as deep as it could go through Sam Cook's heart in an unprovoked assault in Liverpool
His shocking record came as a surprise to Sam Cook’s family as they sat in court
His shocking record came as a surprise to Sam Cook's family as they sat in court
Carl Madigan GUILTY of murdering Sam Cook in Liverpool’s Empire bar
21-year-old Sam was stabbed to death as he celebrated his birthday in Liverpool city centre
This is the knife murderer Carl Madigan plunged through the heart of Sam Cook
Madigan was today found guilty by a jury who unanimously found he murdered 21-year-old Sam
Sam Cook trial - Carl Madigan murder sentencing: updates
Mr Cook died after he was stabbed through the heart in Empire Bar
Racist who knocked out Muslim mum avoids jail after her victim tells judge her kids need her
The judge praised Hannan Hamood for her compassion following McDonalds assault
Sam Cook ‘murdered by remorseless killer who bragged and partied the night away’
Prosecutors give closing speech against Carl Madigan who admits manslaughter
Carl Madigan apologises to Sam Cook’s family but says he ‘was a victim’ himself
Madigan stabbed Mr Cook through the heart when he was celebrating his 21st birthday
Live from court: Seven people on trial accused of murdering teenager Sait Mboob
Sait Mboob died after police were called to reports of a fight on Crosshill Street in Moss Side on August 8 last year
Jury in Sam Cook murder trial pass round knife used to kill him - updates from court
Defence due to start of Carl Madigan who denies murdering Mr Cook in Empire Bar
Sam Cook murder trial - updates from court
Mr Cook was killed while out celebrating his 21st birthday in Empire Bar
Sam Cook’s girlfriend describes moment she realised he was dying after stabbing
The victim was knifed in the heart by murder-accused Carl Madigan after sticking up for Charlotte Owen in Empire Bar
Man who stabbed Sam Cook through heart ‘gleefully re-enacted killing for friends’
Carl Madigan admits manslaughter but denies murder of victim who was celebrating 21st birthday in Empire Bar
Sam Cook stabbing: Killer ‘re-enacted stabbing for friends’
A man was so pleased after stabbing another man to death he re-enacted the killing for friends.
Carl Madigan accused of murdering Sam Cook - trial updates
Mr Cook was killed while out celebrating his 21st birthday in Empire Bar
Health chiefs launch investigation into death of great-gran in maggot-ridden bed
Neglect victim Catherine Purcell received community mental health support from Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
Leader of drugs gang which sold £9m of cocaine was caught going to see Liverpool play in Champions L
Peter Atherton, 43, went on the run to Spain after police rumbled drugs ring
Love of Liverpool saw £9m cocaine gang ringleader caught at Champions League game
Wanted fugitive Peter Atherton couldn't resist the temptation of watching Jurgen Klopp's Reds
Boys who plotted UK school shooting guilty of murder conspiracy
Two Columbine-obsessed teenagers stockpiled bomb-making materials, court heard
AS Roma fans in court after attack on Liverpool fan Sean Cox
Romans Daniele Sciusco, 29 and Filippo Lombardi, 20 charged after an attack on Liverpool FC supporter Sean Cox outside Anfield
Court told boys did not intend to carry out murders in Northallerton
BARRISTERS defending two teenagers accused of planning an attack on a school in Northallerton.
Boy, 15, accused of plotting school massacre in North Yorkshire had ‘no real plan to murder’
A 15-year-old boy accused of plotting a Columbine-style massacre at his school did not make a "real plan to murder".
Father and daughter guilty of neglecting great-gran who died while being eaten by maggots
John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior were cleared of the manslaughter of Catherine Purcell senior
Jailed this Week: ‘mystery attack’ killer and rapists among those locked up by judges
An overview of some of the most shocking cases to have concluded on Merseyside this week
Man jailed for killing friend while he slept in vicious ‘mystery’ attack
Dominic Steven Jones shouted "this is what you get you grass" as he punched Kevan Till multiple times in the head
Northallerton school gun plot accused ‘is caring’
One of the teenagers accused of plotting a Columbine-style massacre at a school has been described in court as "shy" and "caring
Jury goes out in manslaughter trial over great-gran’s death in maggot-ridden bed
John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior deny leaving Catherine Purcell senior to die and neglecting her
St Helens man admits manslaughter after stabbing friend in heart with machete
Paul Largan has a long history of suffering from paranoid schizophrenia
Great-gran died in maggot-ridden “cesspit” due to “extreme neglect”
John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior deny the gross negligence manslaughter and wilful neglect of Catherine Purcell senior
Chambers Welcomes Mark Garside
Chambers Congratulate Laura Bassinder on Tenancy
St Helens man who stabbed friend in heart with machete sentenced - re-read our updates from court
Paul Largan killed Jason Paul Gregory on doorstep after drunken argument
Mentally ill man who plunged blade into friend’s heart detained in hospital indefinitely
Paul Largan told doctors: "I am sorry, it hurts me because he was my mate"
“Primitive and devious” boy, 14, accused of plotting ‘Columbine-style’ massacre ‘seen running from e
The boy and his younger "friend", are on trial accused of planning a mass shooting at their school.
Woman accused of leaving mum to die in maggot-infested bed will not give evidence
Catherine Purcell junior and John Purcell deny the gross negligence manslaughter of Catherine Purcell senior
Man accused of leaving wife to die in maggot-infested bed only “joked” about going to jail
John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior deny the gross negligence manslaughter of Catherine Purcell senior
Death of gran in maggot-infested bed was ‘directly contributed to by neglect’
John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior deny the gross negligence manslaughter of Catherine Purcell senior
Husband of gran ‘left to die’ told health worker he had ‘no concerns’ a month earlier
Prosecutors allege John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior let Catherine Purcell senior die in a maggot-infested bed
Detective says gran was left to die in “one of the worst rooms” she has ever seen
John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior deny leaving Catherine Purcell senior to die in maggot-infested bed
Disabled mum ‘left to die in soiled bed while she was eaten by maggots’
John Purcell and Catherine Purcell junior deny the manslaughter of Catherine Purcell senior
Baby-faced killer, 17, who battered a pensioner, 71, to death with a clawhammer.
He was jailed for life with a minimum of 20 years at Liverpool Crown Court today
Teen killer launched ‘sustained’ attack on decent, well-liked man
A TEENAGER who brutally murdered a ‘decent and harmless’ pensioner has been jailed for 19 years.
This is the face of teen who murdered OAP with hammer and then falsely claimed he was a paedophile
Cameron Cruddace was locked up for life for the brutal killing of Richard Percival before stealing £620 to splurge on cocaine
Father and daughter accused of killing wife and mother in her Kirkby home – recap from court today
The trial of a father and daughter accused of killing their wife and mother in her Kirkby home continues today.
Father tells court that 14-year-old son shot man by ‘accident’
Matthew Moseley, 50, is alleged to have gunned down Lee Holt, 32, with a Beretta semi-automatic shotgun.
Dad ‘tried to get his own son, 14, to cover for him and admit murdering rival’s dad’
A tree surgeon has told a jury he is not lying about a fatal doorstep shooting being an accident.
Father tells court his 14-year-old son shot man on doorstep in ‘accident’
A TREE surgeon said to have falsely blamed his 14-year-old son for a murder has told a jury the shooting was an "accident"
Father and daughter accused of killing wife and mother in her Kirkby home - recap from court today
John and Catherine Purcell are charged with the manslaughter of Catherine Purcell senior, 68
Chambers Welcomes James Cliff
Man stabbed brother-in-law to death and took his body to the police station.
A paranoid schizophrenic man with ‘psychotic beliefs’ has admitted killing his brother-in-law
Son ‘took blame for murder’ because he loved dad to bits
A 14-YEAR-OLD boy who allegedly took the blame for a fatal doorstep shooting told a jury he was covering for his father
Boy, 14, denies holding gun when fatal shot was fired
A 14-YEAR-OLD boy has denied he was holding a firearm the moment a man was fatally gunned down on his doorstep.
Guilty plea over body at West Bromwich police station
A man has admitted stabbing to death a man whose body was found in a car parked outside a police station.
Congratulations to Ian Unsworth QC on being appointed as a Recorder by The Lord Chief Justice.
Simon Willans’s Anglesey blood clot death ‘preventable’
The death of a 42-year-old man the day after a hospital discharged him after failing to diagnose blood clots was preventable.
Rapist and killer of 80-year-old churchgoer jailed
A drug addict burglar raped & murdered an 80-year-old churchgoer before he pawned her jewellery, including her wedding ring.
Man accused of killing Jamie Rudd ‘threw murder weapon in nearby bin’
He claims he thought a knife would be used on him
Great-gran raped and murdered by drug crazed neighbour who cut off her wedding ring
Crack cocaine addict left devout Catholic in a pool of blood then pawned her jewellery
MABLETHORPE MURDER TRIAL: Accused tells jury he ‘did not intend’ to kill alleged victim
A Mablethorpe man accused of murder this afternoon (Monday) told a jury that he did not intend to kill his alleged victim....
Scorned man jailed for ‘cold-blooded execution’ of ex-girlfriend’s lesbian lover
Andrew Burke has been jailed for a minimum of 26 years
Victoria Roberts Appointed to Regional Treasury Panel
Woman kicked man in the head as he lay on ground after calling her a “slag”
May Hartley and Jack Pye battered Jack Marshall after he was rude to her on a night out in Southport
Chambers Welcome Bernice Campbell
Statement from 7 Harrington Street Chambers Criminal Team
Child abused by paedophile over six years can only sleep while hugging teddy bear
Warped Philip Hampson, 35, jailed for eight years for horrific campaign of sex assaults
Deli mob thug kidnapped dealer found begging for help in boot of his own car
Paul Dwyer was a member of a masked, crowbar wielding gang which targeted the victim
Drugs worth £66 MILLION were found hidden in a lorry - now gangsters have been jailed for more than
GMP's biggest-ever drugs seizure has led to members of a huge cocaine and heroin empire being locked up
Wellbeing at the Bar - 7 Harrington Street Chambers (Liverpool) Thursday 26 April 2018, 5.00-6.30pm
Speaker: Sam Mercer (Head of Policy at Bar Council)
Chambers Welcome Katy Appleton
Police officer murders his wife and then dumps her body in a nearby lake
A British officer of the law murdered his wife and then hid her body in a nearby lake, as reported by the BBC.
Partner of mum raped by SON avoids punishment for ‘provoking’ dock-smashing rage
The outburst came when the man was found guilty of raping his ex-girlfriend after admitting raping his mum
Jury out in trial of police inspector accused of murdering wife
Darren McKie has admitted the manslaughter of his wife Leanne, whose body was found in Poynton Lake, Cheshire, last September.
Inspector Darren McKie guilty of wife’s murder
A police inspector has been found guilty of murdering his wife and dumping her body in a lake.
Chambers welcome Megan Gilchrist
Cocaine yob seen waving knife on Slater Street tried to blame his actions on his sister’s death
Judge jailed Callum Hammond to send a message not to bring a knife on a night out
Police inspector who has admitted manslaughter of his wife but denies murdering her.
Officer Darren McKie admitted to the manslaughter of his wife, Leanne, 39
Murder accused police inspector’s manslaughter plea ‘cowardly’
A "despicable and wicked" police inspector committed a "cowardly volte-face" when he admitted his wife's manslaughter.
Police inspector Darren McKie admits killing wife
A police inspector has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of his wife who was found dead in a lake at a Cheshire park.
Police inspector ‘strangled his detective wife to death before using Mini to dump her body’
Darren McKie, 43, denies murdering his wife Leanne, 39, whose body was found in Cheshire's Poynton Lake
Darren McKie ‘put bloodstained trainers in wheelie bin’
A police inspector threw away bloodstained trainers after killing his detective wife, a court was told.
Leanne McKie murder trial - court hears how couple’s finances spiralled out of control
GMP Inspector Darren McKie, 44, of Burford Close in Wilmslow, denies murdering his wife Leanne, 39, a detective constable.
Police inspector £103k in debt ‘killed his detective wife after she confronted him about finances’,
A police inspector who was more than £100,000 in debt strangled his detective wife
Prominent Chester GP caught with almost 17,000 indecent images of children
A PROMINENT Chester GP has avoided an immediate prison sentence after being caught with 17,000 indecent images of children
Defenceless OAP who loved football smeared as ‘paedo’ by twisted hammer killer
Richard Percival, 71, was bludgeoned to death by a teenage boy at his home in Newton-le-Willows
Teenager who bragged “I was born to kill” GUILTY of murdering OAP with hammer
The 17-year-old claimed he lost control after Richard Percival tried to sexually assault him
Father ‘shook his six-week-old son to death two days after social workers reduced their supervision
David Christie, 35, had been identified as needing help by mental health workers.
Teenager who killed OAP with hammer took pleasure in attack, lawyers claim
Nigel Power, QC, claimed the 17-year-old had not lost control when he killed Richard Percival
Jury shown graphic photo of OAP bludgeoned to death with hammer
17-year-old boy admits killing Richard Percival but denies murder
Teenager admits killing Newton-le-Willows man, 71, with claw hammer
A teenager has admitted killing a 71-year-old man with a claw hammer.
Teen hit 71-year-old Richard Percival up to 40 times with hammer
A TEENAGER accused of murder hit his 71-year-old victim in the head with a hammer up to 40 times
Teen said he bludgeoned OAP to death with hammer because he was a paedophile who tried to abuse him
Police found ex-football coach Richard Percival, 71, dead in the living room of his house
Witness says teen who bludgeoned OAP with hammer bragged: “I was born to kill”
The teenager claims he killed victim Richard Percival, 71, because he was a paedophile
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