Handling Legal Information Defensibly in the Global Economy
Date & Time
Wednesday, February 5, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
In today’s global business environment, it’s common for U.S. legal matters to involve documents and data stored around the world. But in many instances, laws and regulations of foreign jurisdictions place restrictions on the permissible use and cross-border movement of that information. Though the European Union’s GDPR has gotten the lion’s share of attention lately, other countries also have data privacy and transfer rules that may conflict with American legal obligations. This session will delve into these international data protection laws, foreign blocking statutes, and choice-of-law issues and how they impact legal matters in the U.S.
Briefing update on global data protection laws, foreign blocking statutes, and choice-of-law issues -- and how they impact legal matters in the US Individualized strategies to reduce risk when managing cross-border matters, from best practices in partnering with legal teams abroad, to tried-and-true information management workflows
Use of cutting edge analytics tools to handle large volumes of digital data