Global Lawyering in Practice Series: Data Protection and Privacy Post-Brexit


Location: Via Zoom

Data protection and privacy laws differ between jurisdictions. In the EU, the General Data Protection Regulation Mandates more explicit consent; limits the use of data to the purposes of which it was gathered; requires that companies recognize and facilitate a right of access for individuals' whose personal data is processed; and implements a right to have one's data deleted under certain circumstances. Following Brexit, how are multinational companies based in London implementing data protection and privacy laws and what cross-border data protection and privacy issues are most pressing? How can you best prepare to practice in this evolving area of law and represent these companies? Join us for a conversation with Frank Madden LLM '14, Global Privacy Consultant at IBM, who will share his experiences practicing in the field and insights for students interested in practicing in this area between the U.S. and the U.K. 

Professor Mark McKenna will moderate.

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