Information Law Seminar chaired by Harry Steinberg QC and our team of barristers will be discussing the following:

Harry Steinberg QC and Max Archer will look at the ramifications of the seminal Court of Appeal decision in Lloyd v Google [2019] EWCA Civ 1599. In particular, they will discuss the scope for group actions following the Court of Appeal’s decision to allow a representative action under CPR 19.6. They will also cover the case’s implications for the tort of misuse of private information and actions brought under the DPA/GDPR.

Jeremy McKeown will look at vicarious liability for data breaches, and the appeal to the Supreme Court from the decision in WM Morrisons Supermarket PLC v Various Claimants [2018] EWCA Civ 2339.  Carolyn D’Souza will consider the Subject Access regime and its exemptions, in light of Rudd v. Bridle & J&S Bridle Ltd [2019] EWHC 893.

This event will be accredited with APIL CPD points.

If you would like to attend, please email to reserve your place.