Globalization and offshoring have driven commerce and trade from the developed world into emerging markets. These trends have also exposed global companies to become targets of the US Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission. Violations of anti-corruption laws and economic trade policy have resulted in monumental sanctions, fines, and unprecedented sentences in white-collar crime.
Companies must prepare to respond to domestic and foreign enforcement agencies simultaneously and carefully consider how and where evidence may be gathered and accessed. Defensible protocols and taking an evidence-based approach to decision-making are vital.
On this webinar, you’ll hear from forensic experts and counsel who operate in increasingly confusing international jurisdictions. Stepping through past experiences, they’ll share what they’ve learned from the front lines successfully traversing foreign privacy regulations and data security protocols.
Attendees will come away with:
- An understanding of today’s complex international data privacy and regulations landscape
- Best practices for handling data in-country, drawing from examples like China state secrets reviews, cross-border intellectual property disputes, and complex Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations
- Helpful hints for smoothing the e-discovery process: how to “right size” your data preservation, limit cross-border access, and produce while complying with data privacy requirements
Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for 1.0 continuing legal education credit in CA, IL, NY and NJ.
Sponsored by: Relativity