Sept. 8, 2016 at 12 p.m. Eastern

Multinational companies and U.S.-based service providers have long struggled with transferring information from the European Union to the United States, and balancing legal compliance with practical need. With the invalidation of the Safe Harbor in 2015, the struggle became even more difficult. Although there remains uncertainty concerning how long the different methods for transferring information will continue to be recognized, with the approval of Privacy Shield, we have finally reached at least a temporary period of stability. Join Boulder Partner David Zetoony and Hamburg Associate Carolyn Krampitz as they discuss the legal and regulatory issues involved with transferring information from the European Union to the United States, and discuss the three methods that are recognized for doing so: the Privacy Shield, standard model clauses, and binding corporate rules. Click here for more information or to register.

We are presenting this audio web cast through Celesq® Attorneys Ed Center in partnership with West LegalEdcenter.

Note: The Privacy Shield after the Safe Harbor is also the subject of a recent program, EU-U.S. Data Transfer—Life after the Safe Harbor under the “Privacy Shield” (2605), available now on demand.