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Data privacy disputes

Our lawyers are here to assist you if you have suffered financial or emotional harm due to an organisation mishandling your personal data. Organisations collect and store a significant amount of sensitive personal information that must be responsibly safeguarded. These requirements are regulated in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Data protection laws and fundamental rights legislation establish a set of principles to guide the collection, processing, storage, and use of personal data by public and private organisations. These rules are designed to protect you and your personal data. However, public entities such as healthcare, police, and local authorities sometimes violate these rules, putting you at risk by:

Your rights are seriously violated when public or private organisations engage in any of these actions.

How can we help?

Please contact our data privacy team to assist you in asserting your rights, ensuring that errors are rectified, and obtaining compensation for emotional distress and financial losses.

Contact our experienced lawyers at (+49) 69 9675 8891 or click here, to leave your contact details, and we will promptly get in touch with you.


Data privacy disputes can arise in various scenarios where personal data is mishandled, accessed without authorisation, or abused.

If personal data is compromised due to unauthorised access, hacking, or system vulnerabilities, affected individuals may have legal claims against the company responsible for safeguarding their data.

Companies that fail to comply with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or other applicable data protection laws may face legal action, penalties, or investigations by supervisory authorities.

Additionally, customers have certain rights regarding their personal data, such as the right to access, rectify, or erase their information. If you fail to uphold these rights, your customers may initiate disputes or complaints against you.

Disputes can also arise when you collect, process, or disclose personal data without proper consent or fail to provide transparent data privacy policies.

To minimise the risk of data privacy disputes, businesses can take several proactive steps:

  • Compliance with data protection laws
  • Robust data security measures
  • Transparent data privacy practices
  • Regular employee training
  • Incident response plan

By taking proactive measures to protect personal data, businesses can reduce the likelihood of disputes and demonstrate their commitment to data privacy compliance, strengthening the trust of customers, clients, and supervisory authorities.

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