An exclusive lecture focused on the very topical issue of:

General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR

The lecture focuses on theoretical explanation, providing examples from practice, especially in the following ranges:

GDPR basic presentation

Introducing the new European legal regulation of personal data protection, including impacts and necessary measures that your company must implement by 24 May, 2018.

Personal data processing

Basic definitions, forms and methods of personal data processing; novelties to be brought by “GDPR”.

Protection of the data subjects

A short excursion to essential rights of the data subjects such as Right to Explanation, Right to Rectification.

Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Which subjects are obliged to appoint a Data Protection Officer; what conditions must the DPO meet and other essential DPO-related information.

Information on the seminar

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Plavec & Partners, advokátní kancelář s.r.o., Na Zábradlí 205/1, Praha 1


CZK 590,- per person


CONTACT US: +420 723 451 166

Your guide through the seminar:

Mgr. Marek Kučera, Attorney at law

Dear Clients and Business Partners,

I think that each of you has already come across the word “GDPR” at least once this year. This abbreviation means a term for the new EU regulation about natural persons protection in relation to personal data processing and free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation).

It’s been unusually hot around the GDPR mainly during the last few months and seeing so many headlines in the press, an uninformed reader might easily think that launching the GDPR (May 25, 2018) is going to raise some kind of Apocalypse – at least in the sphere of personal data protection. The hysterical note is caused partially by the lack of knowledge but first of all by the fact that the GDPR turned out to be an unprecedented business opportunity for a whole bunch of various “experts” and “advisors”, who promise the GDPR affected persons to solve their GDPR-related problems for them, for a nice amount of money of course.

Just like always, even here the boy scouts’ motto “Be Prepared” will apply here, and each responsible person subject to GDPR should pay due attention to that regulation. An honest analysis conducted in collaboration with a legal advisor is a must, as well as the assessment of what GDPR will actually mean for the particular subject in practice. For someone, the GDPR will really mean a considerable change and a substantial increase in agenda, for many a person, however, things are not going to change that much.

I would like to cordially invite you to my seminar to make you familiar with the issues of the new personal data protection regulation and design possible solutions for you to do best when dealing with your duties resulting of that instrument.