SaaS Agreement – Brexit – Need for an EU Representative

A “no deal Brexit” is looking likely for the 31st of October 2019. SaaS suppliers and SaaS customers need to take steps now to ensure that they comply with the requirement to appoint an EU Representative under the GDPR, where they will no longer have any establishment in the EU after Brexit.

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SaaS Agreements – Preparing for a No Deal Brexit

Currently a “no deal Brexit” is looking likely for the 31st of October 2019. It is therefore essential that SaaS suppliers and SaaS customers take steps now to ensure that they can continue to lawfully process and transfer personal data between the EU and the UK following a no deal Brexit.

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SaaS Agreements – Data Protection – Brexit Update

UK SaaS Agreements: In light of the various leaving scenarios of which a “no deal Brexit” is looking likely, it is highly advisable that SaaS suppliers and SaaS customers now take steps to ensure that they can continue to lawfully process and transfer personal data between the EU and the UK following Brexit.

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SaaS Agreements – Brexit – Prepare Now

As a SaaS Supplier or SaaS customer you will be aware that the UK plans to leave the EU on the 29th of March 2019 – Brexit. In light of the various leaving scenarios currently being discussed of which a “no deal Brexit” is looking likely, it is essentail that SaaS suppliers and SaaS customers take steps now to ensure that they can continue to lawfully process and transfer personal data between the EU and the UK following Brexit.

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SaaS Agreements – Data Protection – New Proposed EU Rules – Part 1

On the 25th of January 2012 the European Commission published a proposal for a new Data Protection Regulation to replace the existing EU Data Protection Directive. The proposal sets out a general data protection framework aimed at unifying the current differing data protection rules in the EU. I have summarised the major changes this will make to EU data protection law in two articles, part 1 of which is set out below.

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