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Seminar Speaker profile: David Miller - Flint Bishop Solicitors

by Gemma Mellings on | Mar 09, 2016 | Blog, Events | 0 comments

In the run up to our unmissable 'Success with eLearning' seminar on 7th June, we will be featuring more information on our speakers and their background, as well as a snippet into what they will be talking about at the event, and why you won't want to miss it!

This week, we would like to introduce David Miller from Flint Bishop Solicitors.

About David and Flint Bishop:David Miller

David Miller qualified as a solicitor in 2002 and joined Flint Bishop Solicitors, based in Derby, as Head of Commercial Contracts in January 2011. He advises a wide range of private and public sector clients and commercial contracts, data protection and intellectual property issues. During the course of 2012 David spent several months working as the interim head of UK Legal at publishing giant Lexis Nexis and has recently completed a secondment with the FTSE 25 consumer products company Reckitt Benckiser.

As well as advising on specific legal issues, David conducts numerous commercial and data protection audits for businesses, ensuring compliance and minimising risk.

Why you won't want to miss his presentation:

David will be delivering a presentation, based on his experience in the legal sector, on the following:

"Unravelling the myths of Data Protection"

It is the responsibility of all public and private sector organisations that handle personal data they control in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act. However there are few legal areas in this country bout which there are more myths and misconceptions than data protection compliance.

David will outline the data protection regime, dispel some of the myths surrounding it and give practical pointers on how to comply without compliance taking over your working life.

Have you booked your seminar place yet? Places are limited so don't miss out! Find out more here, or to book your place click here.




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