EU-DSGVO
THE NEW BASIC DATA PROTECTION REGULATION


 

WHAT COMPANIES NEED TO KNOW
The transition period ended on May 25, 2018. As of this date, the DSGVO has been in force throughout Europe without any further transitional period. Medium-sized enterprises must also act immediately, because the DSGVO brings many changes and challenges for them. Business models need to be adapted, and work processes must be reviewed and possibly reorganized. And not just in Germany, but throughout Europe. But what does this mean in concrete terms for your company? What do you need to know and what actions do you need to take to be on the safe side in terms of the DSGVO?
 
The DIRO experts for data protection and IT law can offer individual solutions and personal advice as equal partners. The competitive edge of DIRO: in addition to 146 law firms in Germany, we are currently represented by 43 law firms in 27 European countries. German is also spoken at all European DIRO law firms. Central DIRO contact partners can offer their experience and expertise to address your individual issue. When needed, they can also coordinate across borders in the EU – specialized legal advice from a single source.

DIRO - the law firm network for Europe. Good advice in the network of specialists: Europe-wide, German-speaking and from a single source. With 189 law firms in 27 countries, DIRO is one of the largest independent networks in the German market and one of the leading law firm alliances in Europe. Small and medium-sized businesses are also looking for competent legal advice in the area of ​​data protection, where price and performance are a perfect match.
The transition period ended on May 25, 2018. As of this date, the DSGVO has been in force throughout Europe without any further transitional period. Medium-sized enterprises must also act immediately, because the DSGVO brings many changes and challenges for them. Business models need to be adapted, and work processes must be reviewed and possibly reorganized. And not just in Germany, but throughout Europe. But what does this mean in concrete terms for your company? What do you need to know and what actions do you need to take to be on the safe side in terms of the DSGVO?
 
The DIRO experts for data protection and IT law can offer individual solutions and personal advice as equal partners. The competitive edge of DIRO: in addition to 146 law firms in Germany, we are currently represented by 43 law firms in 27 European countries. German is also spoken at all European DIRO law firms. Central DIRO contact partners can offer their experience and expertise to address your individual issue. When needed, they can also coordinate across borders in the EU – specialized legal advice from a single source.



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