One of the important distinctions between the European Directive and the GDPR is that the latter expressly prohibits the transfer of personal data outside the EU pursuant to a foreign judgment or decision or administrative decision unless such transfer proceeds pursuant to an applicable treaty. This interactive panel of transatlantic lawyers and judges will explore the impact of this new provision on transcontinental litigation and governmental investigations.
Event Type: Seminar
New York NY
19 April 2018, 9:00 AM EDT
19 April 2018, 10:30 AM EDT
As a practical matter, what will the impact be on international practitioners? Does the Privacy Shield provide an answer? Is this the end of letters rogatory to request data from EU Member States? How can technological advances help to navigate this Catch-22 in a compliant and cost-effective manner? Does The Hague Convention offer a solution?