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Gerrish Legal

Gerrish Legal is a digital commercial law firm based in London, Stockholm and Paris. Gerrish Legal gives contractors the trusted legal support they need to run their business in all areas of commerical, contract, intellectual property and data protection law. Unlike traditional law firms, we follow your legal matter from A to Z. From the moment contractors partner with us, they can rest assured their legal needs will be looked after with the utmost care. We stay on top of the latest trends, embrace innovation, and provide flexible legal advice in accordance with our contractors’ budgets and deadlines.

Gerrish Legal has the expertise and experience to fully understand the commercial needs of contractors and the challenges of the environments in which they operate. Able to provide advice on French, English and European law and as a hands-on law firm, we understand the different struggles that multinationals, small businesses, start-ups and freelancers face.  For us, no client is the same and our advice is always adapted accordingly.  We’re able to explain legal concepts without jargon and give practical and digestible advice which helps contractors to push your business forwards to wherever you want to go.

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Digital estate planning as a contractor is clearly lax if it covers you but not your company.

You wouldn’t want just anything to happen to your physical body and assets after death, so why should your digital presence and digital assets be any different?

Website admins, cloud providers and data protection officers are among those who may need to assess, review, and even notify.

Ninety organisations are already among the fallout from the data breach. Do you need to ask Capita if you’re number 91?

At odds with what it originally said, the hacked outsourcing giant says customer, colleague and supplier date got ‘exfiltrated.’

A ruling in Italy is yet to make waves in the UK, where working with AI is still the prevailing wisdom.

Less of a nuisance to browse online and make websites comply sounds good, despite UK-EU ‘clear water’ concerns. And a sanction rocketing by 3500%.

Despite two big concerns over the Tory plan to replace the General Data Protection Regulation, there are three steps tech contractors can take.

10th October, 2022 | Legal Advice

Either as a business or consumer (or both), independent techies can now help shape the UK’s National Data Strategy.

A legal expert gauges what Google’s traffic-measuring system violating the GDPR might mean for you, and your clients.

Contractors can step in to help take data protection in a new direction. If that’s wise.

The telco’s hack is so big it could impact you both as a customer and as a processor or subprocessor, with security-confidentiality obligations.

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