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Daniel Ornstein

Daniel Ornstein

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Dan Ornstein leads our London Labor and Employment Law Team and is a co-head of our International Labor & Employment Group. Dan is a go-to advisor for clients who rely on his sophisticated advice, especially where the stakes are high. Dan is recognized by numerous legal directories, with Chambers UK, describing him as "incredibly analytical," "incredibly intelligent and an excellent sounding board" and someone who "displays both empathy and an assured knowledge of the best way to treat cases." The most recent Legal 500 UK recognized him as "a favourite for funds and private equity clients" and "an extremely thorough and well-seasoned lawyer, who is hard to beat." He is also included in Who's Who Legal: Management Labour and Employment 2016.

Dan’s expertise covers the full range of UK and International employment issues. His specialism is working closely and collaboratively with clients in delicate and complex situations where he applies his judgment, experience and strategic acumen to deliver optimal results

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The European Parliament Approves EU-Wide Standard for Whistleblower Protection

Per our previous post, the European Parliament and the Member States agreed to adopt new rules that would set the standard for protecting whistleblowers across the EU from dismissal, demotion, and other forms of retaliation when they report breaches of various areas of EU law. According to a press release issued by the European Parliament … Continue Reading

EU Agrees to Set the Floor for Whistleblower Protection Across All Member States

According to a press release issued by the European Commission today, the European Parliament and the Member States have agreed to adopt new rules that set the standard for protecting individuals who blow the whistle on breaches of EU law from dismissal, demotion, and other forms of retaliation. This reform, which was first proposed by … Continue Reading

TalkTalk handed record fine in data protection breach in the UK

TalkTalk, a major UK telecoms company, has been fined £400,000 for a data breach after they were hacked. This is a record fine given by the ICO (the UK’s data protection authority).  Significantly the fine was imposed after a change of leadership this summer when Elizabeth Denham (previously the Information Commissioner in the Canadian province of … Continue Reading

An Overview of the New General Data Protection Regulation

The European Parliament has approved the reformed General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”). Given this is a Regulation (rather than a Directive), this legislation will apply automatically in every Member State (without need for additional domestic legislation) when it comes into force on May 25 2018. Many of the requirements are similar to those set … Continue Reading
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