Current and Upcoming Events

GDPR – how to adopt a commercially sensible compliance approach

Friday 2 November 2018

8.00 – 13.00
Maryborough House Hotel

Previous Events

4th October – PDP, Dublin

Title: Data Security

Trainer: David Fagan

This session examines the law as it relates to data security, and the practical steps that organisations need to take to ensure compliance with their obligations. It concentrates on how to avoid data security breaches, but also looks at what can be done to mitigate the effects of any breach that does occur.  The session considers the practical implications of the recommendations of various government and other reports on the security of data.

Booking is essential @ PDP

26th September 2013 – Clarion Hotel, IFSC Dublin

Title: Health & Safety

David Fagan and David Walsh of Business Legal will be setting out the way in which health & safety issues must now be managed at work. This intensive one day course with three experts provides you with a thorough overview of the requirements as well as all key duties for employers under current health and safety legislation. The emphasis is on practical advice and guidance you need, as we review the many prominent health & safety issues relevant to the Irish work force of today.

10th September – Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport

Title: Data Protection

David Fagan of Business Legal will be chairing the Legal Island Data Protection and Compliance Update Conference which will give practical advice on how best to deal with data protection issues in the workplace in one day. Expert speakers (who include David and Data Protection Commissioner, Billy Hawkes) will give you the latest practical tips and advice to make your life easier and your organisation more compliant.

27th February – Cavan Institute 

Title: Data Protection, Privacy and FOI

Speaker: David Fagan

David welcomes as much interaction as possible.  Both legal and practical questions are welcomed and David will provide as detailed an answer to each question as time permits.