GDPR and the Notarial Profession: Data Protection Obligations and Practical Implications

Session Content

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force on 25th May 2018 has wide-ranging implications on data processing activities. This seminar shall provide an overview of the GDPR, highlighting the main obligations it imposes as regards processing of personal data and how these impact the notarial profession. The measures necessary in order to ensure compliance shall also be examined, with a view to providing a practical approach to data protection and data privacy requirements.

Venue, Dates & Time

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Phoenicia Hotel, Floriana FRN1478, Malta (Maryanski Porch)
Wednesday 25th April, 2018 

1300 – 1330 Registration and welcome coffee
1330 – 1450 Seminar
1450 – 1510 Coffee Break
1510 – 1630 Seminar

Participation Fee

€30 per person; cheques payable to Kunsill Nutarili ta’ Malta and sent to ILS Tuition Centre, 19/12 Vincenti Buildings, Strait Street, Valletta  VLT1432


A certificate of attendance will be issued to all participants


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Dr. Paul Micallef Grimaud is a Partner at GANADO Advocates and heads the firm’s IP&TMT practice group. Paul’s focus is dedicated to counselling and assisting clients in the media, technology and entertainment space (including remote gaming) in the drafting and negotiation of contracts, content and end-user related matters, the registration, protection and enforcement of IP rights, and competition and passing off disputes.
Paul is a warranted advocate and regularly appears before the inferior and superior courts of Malta representing clients on a number of commercial disputes, particularly in the areas of IP, telecoms, competition, carriage of goods and admiralty, and corporate law.

Ms. Sarah Louise Azzopardi is a Trainee Advocate within GANADO Advocates’ Intellectual Property, Media and Telecoms team.

This session is open to Notaries only

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