Cross-border and international discovery can be complicated. And the recent invalidation of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Program by the European Union Court of Justice in Irish Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland and Maximillian Schrems (“Schrems II”) does not make it any easier. But the fact remains, business is global and e-discovery obligations for the collection and production of ESI are not stopping. If U.S.-based litigation or regulatory demands require the transmission of ESI across foreign borders, including from the EU, it’s important to get it right. For this webinar we will explore what you can and cannot do to get around data privacy laws to bring ESI into the U.S. for e-discovery purposes, particularly in light of the Schrems II decision. This course is made available through our partnership with ACEDS. Learn More about ACEDS.
Now What? Cross Border and International Discovery Post-Schrems 2
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