Personal data is constantly flowing across global boundaries, leaving legal proceedings awash in data privacy issues. While European officials maintain that U.S. companies operating in Europe need to respect the European data protection rules, some U.S. courts attempt to force companies to hand over Europeans’ personal data on EU servers, when doing so violates European privacy laws.
Join our star-studded panel as they delve into this conflict and suggest how to manage privacy issues as they crop up. Look for our experts to also share strategies for complying with privacy laws and the new GDPR rules that impact all companies handling EU personal data.
The panel will explore topics including:
- How to navigate cross-border conflict of law issues when privacy is at stake and U.S. regulators or courts demand personal data
- Similarities and differences between U.S. and European e-discovery / e-disclosure requirements
- What you need to do to prep for GDPR compliance—data protection officers, privacy-by-default, right to be forgotten and more
- How to manage U.S. e-discovery preservation and collection strategies in the EU
- Privacy concerns and rising national regulator investigations of fraud, corruption, financial services and competition
- Hot topics including the “right to be forgotten,” mobile devices, app privacy protections and national security debates
Special Sidebar with Judge Andrew Peck, the world’s leading judicial authority on TAR: Predictive Coding Comes to Europe
- Insight around U.S., Irish and UK rulings
- Comparison of “proportionality” in U.S. and European predictive coding rulings
- Predictive coding takes two to tango: The combination of the human and the machine
The Cross-Border Quandary:
When Data Transfer Collides with Data Privacy
Plus! Judge Andrew Peck, the world’s leading judicial authority on predictive coding, weighs in on global TAR rulings.
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Meet Our Star-Studded Panel!
Joining us in all three cities will be:
Chris Dale, author of the provocative eDisclosure Information Project and a former London litigation partner, will moderate.
Andrew Peck, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Southern District of New York, is the first jurist anywhere to approve the use of predictive coding in his seminal DaSilva Moore v. Publicis Groupe ruling.
Master Matthews, who recently approved the first-ever use of predictive coding in the UK, extensively quoted from Judge Peck in the Pyrrho judgment.
Plus! To see the full line-up of panelists for each location, click on the city of your choice.
Be our guest at a conversation among some of the world's leading experts on privacy, discovery & investigations.
Then sip a cocktail & chat with the experts afterwards.
This is a free event.
Space is limited, so please reserve your seat.