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The GDPR does not (yet) compute for IPs

R3’s RECOVERY Magazine
Spring 2018 edition

09 Mar 2018
Reprinted with permission. This article first appeared in the Spring 2018 edition of R3’s RECOVERY Magazine.

Annabel Gillham and Mercedes Samavi were recently interviewed by R3’s RECOVERY Magazine, in an article which looked at insolvency practitioners’ concerns about the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

One of the key concerns raised by insolvency practitioners is what data should be kept upon an appointment.

In such a situation Annabel Gillham, of counsel at Morrison & Foerster, suggests that you start by asking yourself questions: “You do have an obligation to think about what data is flowing through an organisation as an [insolvency practitioner]. Ask yourself: do I need to be handling this data? And, what legal basis do I have?”.

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