UPCOMING EVENT: Pan-Pacific Data Privacy Laws & Regulations: Impact on US E-Discovery, April 24, 2012

UPCOMING EVENT: Pan-Pacific Data Privacy Laws & Regulations: Impact on US E-Discovery, April 24, 2012

On April 24, 2012, a CLE-creditworthy webinar on international privacy laws and regulations as they pertain to eDiscovery will be broadcast to anyone registered for the free event. The event is hosted by UBIC North America, and looks to be a pertinent discussion on emerging international eDiscovery considerations.

From the registration page:

E-Discovery professionals focus on logistical and legal challenges of litigation involving cross-border discovery when the data relevant to the US litigation is located in foreign jurisdictions, with emphasis on Asia-Pacific region. Many jurisdictions in the region have either enacted or are enacting rigorous privacy laws and regulations which directly impact liberal E-Discovery standards in the US. The missteps and mistakes in failing to comply with similar laws in Europe have resulted in government fines and sanctions and in at least one case, the incarceration of an organization’s lawyer. The same challenges are now arising with a different accent in the Asia Pacific region. The panelists will discuss

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relevant laws and the legal and practical strategies for ensuring that data privacy obligations are met while at the same time complying with the E-Discovery obligations in a US Court.

To register for this event, click here.


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