Global Privacy Update and the Challenges of Developing a Global Compliance Program
Dear International Law Section Members:
Please join us on Tuesday, Sept. 17th at noon at the offices of Kilpatrick Townsend, 1100 Peachtree Street, Suite 2800, for an interesting program on the Global Privacy Update and the Challenges of Developing a Global Compliance Program.
Our Speakers are:
• Pamela Garay, Assistant Vice President & International Privacy Officer, Assurant
• Trish Marcucci, Assistant Vice President & Senior Legal Counsel, AT&T
• Bruce Sarkisian, Privacy Counsel, The Coca-Cola Company
• Amanda Witt, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
This program will provide a general update on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), over a year after its adoption. Information about Brazil’s new privacy law, the LGPD, which was strongly influenced by the GDPR and will become effective in August 2020, will also be shared.
Panelists will offer insights on how global companies have developed privacy programs to comply with the GDPR and what other global privacy developments they are currently monitoring. The panel will also provide practical guidance on how to develop a global privacy compliance program that accommodates existing foreign and U.S. privacy laws as well as adapts to laws that are adopted in the future.
What you’ll takeaway:
• An understanding of the organizational changes that are required to comply with the GDPR, U.S. and foreign privacy laws
• Insight into how global companies comply with international privacy laws in practice
• Review of recent GDPR enforcements
• Overview of common themes and data subject rights in global and US privacy laws
• Practical tips on how to develop a global compliance program designed to comply with both international and domestic privacy laws
Click here [ www.gabar.org ] to register on-line.
The charge is $25 for Members of the International Law and Taxation Section and $35 for others. The fee includes lunch, parking and one (1) hour of CLE.
We hope that you can join us.
Gregg S. Notte, Chair
International Law Section