Legal Tech 'Crosses the Pond' In Spite of Brexit Vote

Despite uncertainty around last year's Brexit vote, legal technology companies continue to push operations into the U.K. market.

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Despite uncertainty around last year's Brexit vote, legal technology companies continue to push operations into the U.K. market.

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  • Paul Chartier

    I know that this is a quote from someone and not the author "it still has to think about the 28 different regulators enforcing data law". The first thing that is wrong is that the GDPR like all EU Regulations is common law. A minor point: there are more than 28 regulators because of the situation in Germany, but the one-stop shop of the GDPR overcomes this. The UK will be bound by the GDPR a long time after May 2018, because the government and ICO (regulator) has said so. UK lawyers, data protection and security consultants are all scrambling for the GDPR market.

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