GDPR-expert, a unique tool to analyze the new EU Regulation on personal data

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... and get immediate (and free) access, for each article of the GDPR, to :
  • the corresponding provision in the (former) Directive;
  • the corresponding provision in the country you have selected;
  • an analysis of the "Existing position";
  • an analysis of the "Future position";
  • an analysis of "Potential issues";
  • the first and second proposals of EU Regulation;
  • the relevant recital(s).

The ITIP Law Group Europe can help you comply with the new EU General Data Protection Regulation :

Initial GDPR readiness assessment : A high level initial assessment of your current compliance with GDPR identifying significant gaps and any remedial steps needed ; 1:1 meetings or workshops with you following the initial assessment ; An overview of the GDPR to you and relevant staff members.

Full GDPR compliance assessment : A more detailed assessment of your current compliance with GDPR identifying gaps and risks in your current regime ; 1:1 meetings or workshops with you following the initial assessment ; An action plan setting out any remedial steps needed ; A training session summarising the key requirements of GDPR.

Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) : In relation to a specific activity or project, a review of your existing PIA documents and/or procedure and/or providing a bespoke PIA for the activity or project.

Documentation : Review / amend existing data protection documents (such as information notices, privacy impact assessments and data processor agreements) ; Tailored templates for you if required.

Ongoing GDPR / data protection retainer : Quick access to an experienced data protection lawyer able to provide you with tailored advice to your organisation. Support is provided with a dedicated hotline service whereby you can receive legal support at significantly discounted rates to deal with relatively short, discrete points arising in relation to GDPR / existing data protection law.

Key changes flowing from the GDPR :

A number of important new data protection obligations and rights affecting those processing personal data will soon be in force and they include:

Expanded scope - the new rules will apply to all organisations processing personal data in relation to EU citizens, even if they are not based in the EU;

Enhanced consent requirements - consent will only be validly obtained if strict requirements are met;

Greater accountability - organisations will be required to prove that they are complying with the new data protection rules through improved procedures and documentation;

New rights for individuals - these include the right to be forgotten, the right to data portability and the right to object to profiling for direct marketing purposes;

Processors - for the first time, data processors will have direct obligations under data protection law;

Notification of data breaches - mandatory notification to supervisory authorities and affected individuals in specified situations;

Significant new fines - these can potentially be up to 4% of annual worldwide turnover or €20 million, whichever is greater.


The IT IP Law Group Europe ( is a tight network of legal professionals in the areas of intellectual property rights (IP) and IT law. The IT IP Law Group Europe is a personal partner and legal interface. Our approach is nimble and straight to the point, while maintaining the highest legal and professional standards.

Being a tightly knit group of legal peers and friends across Europe, we can ensure that your needs will be met in a timely manner, with minimal transaction cost, and that your case is handled by the representatives of our trusted network that best fit the task at hand. If you like you can choose a "one face to the customer" approach and contact our president. Or you can choose to contact one of our members directly.

More info and list of the members here.

Credit. Initally, this tool has been developped by the team of Ulys law firm (a member of the Group), under the supervision of M. Leonard, in French and Belgian laws. The Group has enlarged the scope of the database to additional countries.