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Cross-Border Data Transfers: Understanding the Latest Developments in EU Data Protection Law

Events / Thursday, May 18, 2017
6 – 8 p.m. EDT

BakerHostetler
45 Rockefeller Plaza, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10111

Hosted by the Women in eDiscovery New York City Chapter and BakerHostetler

From the newly-implemented Privacy Shield Frameworks, to Brexit, to the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the past several years have brought significant changes in the EU data protection landscape that have pushed multinational organizations to ramp up compliance efforts to meet evolving requirements. This panel will address how changes to EU privacy and data protection law are likely to affect companies that have operations in Europe, including an overview of the latest developments and a discussion of cross-border data transfer mechanisms and responsible records retention and disposal processes.

Speakers:
  • Melinda McLellan, Partner
  • May Tal Gongolevsky, Counsel
  • Emily Fedeles, Associate
  • Nichole Sterling, Associate

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