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Life After Schrems II: Mechanisms to Minimize Risk in Data Transfers from the EU

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Arnold & Porter Webinar

With its Schrems II decision, the European Court of Justice not only invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield—one of the principal legal bases on which personal data may permissibly be transferred from the European Union to the United States—but it also cast doubt on the other mechanisms for making such transfers. Additionally, the European Commission initiated public consultations on a number of new tools, including new standard contractual clauses and data protection agreement template provisions.

Join privacy law leaders for a roundtable discussion of Schrems II ramifications, the practical implications of the related EC developments and strategies to adapt to this new, post-Schrems II reality, including guidelines for avoiding risks and the consequences for getting data transfers wrong.

Meet the Speakers

Jeffrey Dunifon
Global Privacy Officer, Zimmer Biomet
Jami Vibbert
Partner
Arnold & Porter
Alexander Roussanov
Partner
Arnold & Porter
Ronald D. Lee
Partner
Arnold & Porter
Nancy L. Perkins
Counsel
Arnold & Porter
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