This session examines a thorny and complex issue: the long reach of privacy and related laws. In its Article 3, the GDPR contains a sweeping jurisdictional clause that extends to the marketplace in which goods or services are reached. U.S. laws can also reach abroad– among the most sweeping American requirements in this regard are financial regulations and discovery requests, civil and criminal. Learn how to best prepare your organization for extraterritorial data demands before they occur, and find out about current and future trends in this area.
Niko Härting, Partner, HÄRTING Rechtsanwälte (Berlin)
Kurt Wimmer, Partner, Covington & Burling
Anwesa Paul, Global Chief Privacy Counsel, American Express