Area of focus

Data Protection

Pension scheme trustees and employers need to manage information about their members in compliance with various laws. You maintain records of names and addresses. And you maintain details about salaries and the state of your members’ health. Is your data managed properly? Is it secure?

The lawyers at Hogan Lovells help make sure that this data is processed appropriately and lawfully. We advise pension trustees and employers in the EU on transferring data to providers across borders. We help trustees ensure...

Awards and Rankings

Hogan Lovells has been named the best overall law firm by China Business Law Journal 2019

In addition to being named the best overall law firm, our Greater China practice has been awarded in the following areas in the China Business Law Awards 2019.

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Press Releases

Decision in first data leak class action in the UK

Supermarket chain WM Morrison has failed to overturn a court decision that it should compensate thousands of workers after an employee leaked payroll information. 

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Blog Post

India's Draft Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018: Charting the "Fourth Way"

India's Committee of Experts, under the chairmanship of Justice B.N. Srikrishna (the Srikrishna Committee), has submitted a draft Data Protection Bill (the Bill) for review by the Ministry...

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Press Releases

Brexit data protection aims realistically ambitious

Responding to the publication of the Government's Brexit White Paper, Eduardo Ustaran, Partner in Hogan Lovells Brexit Taskforce said, "The UK Government is realistically ambitious in terms ...

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Media Mention

'We have to make the best use possible of AI and tech generally in court', says Valerie Kenyon, Hogan Lovells

A new high-tech City court to tackle cybercrime and fraud has been given the go-ahead, in a boost to London's status as a world-class legal centre.

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