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GDPR and It's Implications for the Running of A Solicitors Practice- May 22nd

(08 May 2018)

THE DUBLIN SOLICITORS BAR ASSOCIATION

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR

 

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RUNNING OF A SOLICITORS’ PRACTICE

 

AN UPDATE ON CHANGES TO STANDARD PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE CONDITIONS AND OVERVIEW OF RELEVANT DEVELOPMENTS.

 

CYBER SECURITY ISSUES AND ADVICES

 

22 May 2018

The Radisson Hotel

Golden Lane

Dublin 8

2.00pm – 5.00

The 2018 CPD cycle instituted under the CPD Regulation (Solicitors (Continuing Professional Development) Regulations, 2017) S.I. 529 of 2017 came into effect on the 1st January 2018 and runs for the calendar year of 2018.

 

Every solicitor has a CPD requirement which includes a minimum of 3 hours management and professional development skills.

 

To meet that requirement this seminar will focus on the following key areas;

 

1.         A review of GDPR and its implications for the running of a solicitors practice.

 

2.         A review of the Professional Insurance following extension to cover certain aspects of cybercrime risk and an update on developments in the area.

 

3.         A review of the continuing risks to practitioners of Cyber Crime with advices on pitfalls in the area.

NIALL CAWLEY-CHAIRPERSON

 

SPEAKERS

Matthew Austin Solicitor, GDPR and the running of a Solicitors’ practice

Matthew is a partner in the Commercial & Business team at Hayes solicitors. He advises across a wide range of commercial disputes and is particularly experienced in cases before the Commercial Court. Matthew also practices extensively in the professional regulatory context with significant experience in acting in the defence of veterinary surgeons. Matthew is part of the Hayes Solicitor’s commercial advisory team which advises a range of national and international clients on issues as diverse as commercial contracts, defamation, intellectual property and data protection law.

Richard Hammond, Solicitor a review of Professional Indemnity Insurance changes.

Richard Hammond is a partner, with his spouse Joyce A. Good Hammond, at Hammond Good, Solicitors & Notaries Public, in Mallow in north County Cork.  Prior to this he worked with Reddy Charlton Solicitors in Dublin 2.  He works in general practice and specialises in succession law, insolvency and intellectual property; with a strong interest in arbitration and mediation. Richard is a member of the Council of the Law Society of Ireland, and the Council of the Southern Law Association (current Vice-President).  He is involved in a number of committees of the Law Society of Ireland including the Professional Indemnity Insurance Committee (current Chairperson).

 

Fergal Mawe, solicitor a review of the continuing risks to practitioners of Cyber Crime with advices on pitfalls in the area.

Fergal Mawe is a practising solicitor within the Regulation Department of the Law Society of Ireland. He primarily works in the area of legal costs, commencement of practices and cyber security. Previous to taking up the position in the Law Society he worked in the areas of industrial relations and human rights.

 

Conference Information

Date:                22 May 2018

Time:                2.00 – 5.00pm

Location:          The Radisson Hotel

                                Golden Lane

                                Dublin 8

Fees:                € 150.00 Member

€ 245.00.00 Non Member

Registration:    1.30pm

                        2.00pm Presentations followed by questions and answers

                        5.00pm Conclusion

 

CPD:                3 HOURS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

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