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Key E-Discovery GDPR Considerations: Advice from Across the Pond

With only six months to coming into force, legal teams are left with serious GDPR questions in relation to US e-discovery activities.

In this webcast our European panel, former Senior Master of the Queen's Bench Division, Steven Whitaker and Head of the International Sector Data Protection Unit at the European Commission, Ralf Sauer, will use a question and answer session to try to provide some guidance and advice on how to interpret the GDPR and stay compliant when this new Regulation becomes law.
Recorded Dec 1 2017 49 mins
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Sr. Master Steven Whitaker (Ret.) (Queen’s Bench Division); Ralf Sauer (Head - International Data Protection, EU Commission)
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