Don’t wait until it’s too late; a GDPR healthcheck from Virtual In-House Solicitor (VIHS) will help you avoid painful fines and penalties

The GDPR regulation is a complex piece of legislation designed to protect every individual from data misuse. But it can be a real challenge to fathom out what it means in practical terms for your organisation.

What is very clear is that any abuse, avoidance or ignorance of these regulations could result in a penalty of up to €20m or 4% of your organisation’s global annual turnover (whichever is the higher) plus other sanctions. This is an area to be taken seriously.

Here at Virtual In-House Solicitor (VIHS) we have a team that can help you to understand the best way to proceed, and assist you with any necessary legal documentation, policies and procedures.

We offer a fixed-fee GDPR healthcheck to assess your existing data usage, and recommend changes you need to make to ensure that you are fully compliant.

Wow! Your GDPR healthcheck certainly was an eye-opener, but the directors have asked me to convey their thanks to you for highlighting several areas in which we were non-compliant, and which could potentially have put us at risk of some serious penalties. Steps are already being taken to implement the changes you recommended, and we will probably need your help again with our policy documents. In the meanwhile, though, thanks again for your invaluable advice.


Operations Director, engineering company

So if you haven’t already had a GDPR compliance healthcheck, we’re here to help

At VIHS, we’ll help you to understand the regulations and any legal implications around your data usage, including:

  • An initial fixed-fee audit of existing materials, data sets and processes
  • Recommendations for changes
  • Drawing up relevant policies and procedures
  • Processing all necessary legal documentation and other paperwork

Help with your data protection and GDPR compliance is just a click or a call away

To find out more about any of the services we offer, just click on the links to the corporate law services pages, or contact Erika Moralez-Perez on 01923 587 318 or email