GDPR: An overview for your business

When: 11th Jul 2017, 18:00 - 11th Jul 2017, 20:00
Where: Tally Ho Sports and Conference Centre, Pershore Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7RN
Town/City: Birmingham
Organiser: BCS Birmingham Branch
Price: Free and open to all.
Further Information: Further Information

Speakers: Katie Doyle, Solicitor & Shana Quinn, Paralegal


Katie Doyle, Solicitor

Katie joined Higgs & Sons in 2016 having worked and trained in-house at a large retail organisation in London where she qualified. Her in-house experience has helped her to adopt a straightforward, pragmatic and commercial approach in all aspects of her work.

Katie’s Specialisms

Commercial Contracts
Katie helps clients to achieve their commercial objectives by negotiating the best contractual position. Katie advises clients on a wide range of contracts. Her recent instructions include advising and drafting terms and conditions of sale/purchase (including advice on consumer legislation), international distribution agreements, joint venture agreements, agency agreements for commercial agents and franchise agreements.

Data Protection
Katie has extensive experience in advising businesses and organisations in relation to all types of data protection issues and a wide range of compliance issues, including GDPR implementation issues.

Shana Quinn, Paralegal

Shana is a commercial contracts lawyer.  She joined Higgs & Sons in 2015. Data protection is a main focus area for her.

Shana’s Specialisms

Commercial Contracts
Shana’s understanding of her clients’ businesses enables Shana to provide them with pragmatic, clear commercial advice. Shana’s recent work includes reviewing, drafting and working with her clients to negotiate commercial contracts, agency and distribution agreements and secrecy arrangements as well as preparing standard terms and conditions of supply/purchase (both business to business and business to consumer).

Data Protection
Shana regularly advises clients on their data protection issues including GDPR implementation issues.