Privacy and Data Protection
Employment Law Solicitors
If you have an issue relating to privacy and data protection, then our Employment Law Solicitors can offer their services.
The Data Protection Act 1998 regulates the way in which personal information can be used. Employers have a legal duty to process an individual's personal data fairly and in accordance with the Act.
Furthermore, employers are subject to various restrictions when handling information about an individual. These include: the type of information they are allowed to request, the purpose they use the information for and the amount of time that the information remains on their records.
What the Data Protection Act Means for Employees
Under the Act, an individual is entitled to request disclosure of any personal information that is stored about them. This can often assist an individual finding out information about a particular issue relating to their work. This can be useful when going through a Grievance and/or a Disciplinary process or if you have been dismissed and are litigating in an Employment Tribunal or Court.
Wildings Employment Law solicitors have considerable experience on advising employees on privacy and data protection issues.
Why Instruct Wildings Solicitors?
Employment Law Experts
Our Employment Law Solicitors are experts in a variety of different legal matters. Having represented both businesses and individuals in Employment matters, our solicitors are able to offer a specialised insight into privacy and data protection issues.
Our Solicitors are Lexcel accredited. This ensures the highest quality of client care and case management. Our dedicated Employment Solicitors will commit to finding the right solution for you.
Legal matters can be intimidating and complex. Many years of experience in the legal industry has taught us the importance of offering clients practical, jargon free advice to ensure that their legal matter remains stress-free.
Book your fixed fee initial consultation today to discuss a privacy and data protection issue in more detail. Freephone 0330 333 8797 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org