Data Protection

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Data protection is an issue that cannot be ignored, especially given the strict rights and obligations set out in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Our experienced lawyers provide targeted and comprehensive legal advice based on many years’ experience to bring businesses in line with the expectations of supervisory authorities. We are here to help clients navigate this complex area of law, ensure the protection of personal data, and manage the consequences of GDPR violations.

Our strengths:

  • Experienced and specialised team. We specialise in all data protection issues. Whether it is merely the requirements arising from the GDPR or requirements correlating with the Labour Code of the Republic of Lithuania, the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Consumer Protection and other national legislation, our team is ready to help. We advise on all relevant issues relating to the privacy policy, data retention requirements, processing of complaints and dispute resolution, enforcement of a data subject’s rights, data transfer or disclosure, data breaches and the use of cookies. We also provide advice on personal data processing requirements that apply to the processing and transfer of data in multiple jurisdictions.
  • Versatility. We are trusted by both small businesses and large corporations. We advise representatives of various sectors – production, accommodation services, e-commerce, IT, finance and many more. We are ready to help you no matter what sector you represent.
  • International recognition. The Legal 500 Global guide to top-ranked law firms recommends our team members as experts in technology, telecommunications, and media.
  • Contribution to raising awareness on data protection and its importance. We actively organise data protection trainings during which we present the most relevant news on data protection issues. Also, we publish articles summarising key data protection issues on a regular basis.

Today, most businesses know what the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, understand its importance, and know what has been strictly prohibited. But practice shows that most companies process personal data improperly, not fully complying with the requirements, and therefore must deal with data leakage crises and fines from supervisors in perspective.

Trends show that data protection will be even strictly enforced, and that decisions and fines will be even more severe. So, if you have not already taken care of the security of the personal data entrusted to you, it is the right time to do so.

Our team is ready to identify legal risks and help implement relevant legal requirements in the field of data protection.

 

We provide the following services in the field of data protection:

  • Audit. We carry out data processing audits and help you to assess key risks.
  • Agreements on the data processing and transfer of personal data. We have extensive experience in advising large public and private sector clients on data transfer agreements. We also advise various financial institutions and other service providers on data protection issues related to large IT services projects. Also, we prepare data processing agreements and amendments in accordance with GDPR requirements.
  • Privacy notices and compliance documents. Our lawyers have extensive experience in drafting and reviewing client privacy notices, including notices for children. We also advise and draft-eligible documents, including privacy policies and other documents related to information management and security issues.
  • Personal data security breaches and breach notifications. As personal data security breaches can have serious impacts on businesses, we advise clients on issues of personal data security breaches, as well as draft breach notifications and submit such notifications to the State Data Protection Inspectorate.
  • Direct marketing. Our team will advise you on how to organise your marketing campaigns to meet GDPR requirements, including obtaining valid consent agreements.
  • Representation. We represent the interests of our clients in the State Data Protection Inspectorate and in legal disputes regarding personal data processing breaches. In addition, we advise clients on the issues of investigation of personal data breaches and prepare mandatory reports for the State Data Protection Inspectorate and data subjects. We also help clients comply with the requirements of national law, which impose an obligation on the data controller to rectify the situation to prevent future violations.
  • Education. We deliver high-quality training in data protection and privacy law to a wide range of clients and contacts.
  • Privacy impact assessment. We conduct a privacy impact assessment for your organisation, as required by GDPR, and help assess the nature and sensitivity of current or future data processing operations.

Why our team?

Data protection is an issue that cannot be ignored, especially given the strict rights and obligations set out in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Our experienced lawyers provide targeted and comprehensive legal advice based on many years’ experience to bring businesses in line with the expectations of supervisory authorities. We are here to help clients navigate this complex area of law, ensure the protection of personal data, and manage the consequences of GDPR violations.

Our strengths:

  • Experienced and specialised team. We specialise in all data protection issues. Whether it is merely the requirements arising from the GDPR or requirements correlating with the Labour Code of the Republic of Lithuania, the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Consumer Protection and other national legislation, our team is ready to help. We advise on all relevant issues relating to the privacy policy, data retention requirements, processing of complaints and dispute resolution, enforcement of a data subject’s rights, data transfer or disclosure, data breaches and the use of cookies. We also provide advice on personal data processing requirements that apply to the processing and transfer of data in multiple jurisdictions.
  • Versatility. We are trusted by both small businesses and large corporations. We advise representatives of various sectors – production, accommodation services, e-commerce, IT, finance and many more. We are ready to help you no matter what sector you represent.
  • International recognition. The Legal 500 Global guide to top-ranked law firms recommends our team members as experts in technology, telecommunications, and media.
  • Contribution to raising awareness on data protection and its importance. We actively organise data protection trainings during which we present the most relevant news on data protection issues. Also, we publish articles summarising key data protection issues on a regular basis.

How can we help?

Today, most businesses know what the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, understand its importance, and know what has been strictly prohibited. But practice shows that most companies process personal data improperly, not fully complying with the requirements, and therefore must deal with data leakage crises and fines from supervisors in perspective.

Trends show that data protection will be even strictly enforced, and that decisions and fines will be even more severe. So, if you have not already taken care of the security of the personal data entrusted to you, it is the right time to do so.

Our team is ready to identify legal risks and help implement relevant legal requirements in the field of data protection.

 

We provide the following services in the field of data protection:

  • Audit. We carry out data processing audits and help you to assess key risks.
  • Agreements on the data processing and transfer of personal data. We have extensive experience in advising large public and private sector clients on data transfer agreements. We also advise various financial institutions and other service providers on data protection issues related to large IT services projects. Also, we prepare data processing agreements and amendments in accordance with GDPR requirements.
  • Privacy notices and compliance documents. Our lawyers have extensive experience in drafting and reviewing client privacy notices, including notices for children. We also advise and draft-eligible documents, including privacy policies and other documents related to information management and security issues.
  • Personal data security breaches and breach notifications. As personal data security breaches can have serious impacts on businesses, we advise clients on issues of personal data security breaches, as well as draft breach notifications and submit such notifications to the State Data Protection Inspectorate.
  • Direct marketing. Our team will advise you on how to organise your marketing campaigns to meet GDPR requirements, including obtaining valid consent agreements.
  • Representation. We represent the interests of our clients in the State Data Protection Inspectorate and in legal disputes regarding personal data processing breaches. In addition, we advise clients on the issues of investigation of personal data breaches and prepare mandatory reports for the State Data Protection Inspectorate and data subjects. We also help clients comply with the requirements of national law, which impose an obligation on the data controller to rectify the situation to prevent future violations.
  • Education. We deliver high-quality training in data protection and privacy law to a wide range of clients and contacts.
  • Privacy impact assessment. We conduct a privacy impact assessment for your organisation, as required by GDPR, and help assess the nature and sensitivity of current or future data processing operations.

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