Data Processing Agreements
We specialise in Data Processing Agreements
Our IP Solicitors have extensive experience of handing data protection issues for a wide range of clients. Whether you need to amend an existing draft data processing agreement or want a more comprehensive and heavyweight agreement drafting, we have a large bank of precedent data processor agreements to draw upon and find a win-win deal for all parties efficiently.
We aim to make data processing as simple as possible for our clients and ensure they are fully compliant with local legislation and that their commercial interests are protected.
Our Data Processing Agreements service
- Data Protection understanding: We will take the time to understand the data flows within your business and work with you to draft the best data processing agreement for your business.
- Pragmatic approach: We will ensure that you are compliant by proposing practical data processing regimes and protocols without any undue burden.
- Cost-effective: We have a large bank of precedent data processor agreements so won’t charge you for reinventing the wheel.
- Real world IP knowledge: benefit from our years of IP and legal experience relating to all manner of data processing agreements and requirements.
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What our clients say
GLOBAL ELECTRONICS BRAND
Sonder IP look after our UK, European and International IP and Trade marks from an internal perspective, ensuring we are not infringing on others, and vice versa, protecting us. They consistently deliver exactly what we want, in a friendly, uncomplicated and efficient
NOT FOR PROFIT COMPANY
“We were thrilled with the service – Sonder drafted everything for us, submitted the forms and identified possible issues to look out for. They completed the whole process for us and explained each step in simple to understand language. I would (and do!) thoroughly recommend them for Trade Marks and other IP services.”