701 Ethics and Privacy Issues for International Disputes
Date & Time
Friday, October 18, 2019, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Ana C. Reyes Lisa Bevilacqua Anna Lueje Jennifer Chan Maggie Warren
In the digital age, regulations around privacy seem to be constantly evolving. With the introduction of GDPR from the E.U. and more following suit, the way international disputes are managed and settled has changed. Litigators now need to consider their compliance with these regulations in all aspects of the case from evidence collection to finding an expert witness. Additionally, there are numerous ethical challenges when considering one’s privacy. This session will look at the specific regulations and ethical issues changing the way international disputes are handled. -Outlining regulations around processing personal data in an arbitration or litigation proceeding -How GDPR and other regulations effect evidence collection -Transferring data between different jurisdictions