Litigation and International Data Privacy: Is a Company Permitted To Transfer Personal Data From Europe to the US in Litigation?

23 Feb , 2023

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EU data privacy law has made it clear that personal data of people in Europe is granted heightened protections around the use and sharing of that information. But what happens when EU personal data is the subject of discovery in U.S. litigation? 

This comprehensive CLE will provide an overview of EU restrictions on transferring personal data across borders, the tension between U.S. litigation rules and EU data privacy laws, and possible solutions for addressing both.

 

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