Collaboration Is Crucial to Cross-Border Investigations in a GDPR World
The “Cross-Border Investigations: Protecting the Privilege and Meeting Privacy Expectations” panel at Legalweek 2019 looked at how e-discovery professionals and lawyers are adapting to the GDPR and other international privacy regulations.
It took less than a day for the General Data Protection Regulation to crop up at Legalweek 2019. Tuesday’s “Cross-Border Investigations: Protecting the Privilege and Meeting Privacy Expectations” panel explored the difficulties that lawyers and e-discovery professionals now face in collecting and reviewing data that spans multiple jurisdictions.
Moderator Adam Shoshtari, an attorney with Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP, got the ball rolling by asking each panelist how they prepared their organization for the GDPR.
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