Privacy Law at Wijn & Stael
Virtually every entity - business, institution, government organization - processes personal data. And they must do so in compliance with the stringent requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), otherwise they might incur fines or - worse - reputational damage. Fortunately, you can avoid such pitfalls by contacting one of our experienced attorneys.

Here at Wijn & Stael, we help clients navigate the challenging landscape of privacy law by offering full-service solutions, including advising on measures to enhance data security, advising on data breach incidents, and litigating data breach and privacy cases.

Privacy from Every Perspective
Wijn & Stael attorneys are known for their big-picture perspective. They combine their knowledge of privacy law with their expertise in employment law, insolvency law, contract law or whatever your case may call for. They can assist you in preparing privacy protocols for employees and other stakeholders, advise you on sharing personal data with third parties, prepare the necessary processing agreements and assess whether your organization is compliant with the GDPR.

Pragmatic Solutions to Privacy Challenges
Our privacy attorneys have built a reputation for delivering forward-looking solutions that drive quick wins and create momentum for sustained results. They understand the ins and outs of administrative law and know the steps that need to be taken when a client receives a notice from the Data Protection Authority (DPA).

Broad Range of Services for All Types of Businesses, from SMBs to Multinational Corporations
Wijn & Stael data privacy specialists understand the regulatory landscape and security expectations of organizations that process personal data: from SMBs to financial institutions to hospitals and multinational corporations.

As our client, you will benefit from a broad range of services, including:

  • review and preparation of privacy policies;
  • advising on prevention, registration and reporting of data breaches;
  • review and preparation of data processing agreements and privacy statements;
  • assessment of corporate policy in relation to privacy law (compliance);
  • advising on violation of privacy law;
  • evaluation of the processing of personal data (including that of employees);
  • litigation of privacy violations;
  • advising on sharing of personal data with third parties.

More information about the background, experience and accomplishments of our privacy attorneys can be found by clicking on their photo below. Contact one of our attorneys for a no-obligation consultation.