US-UK-EU Cross-Border Data Transfers After Brexit

The Palace of Westminster has been the site of several weeks of arcane, confusing, suspenseful, and occasionally humorous political machinations, as the United Kingdom prepares for its likely departure from the European Union on October 31… or not, depending on who you talk to and at what time of day. If, indeed, the UK exits the EU, what will be the effect on cross-border data transfers?

Members of The Sedona Conference Working Groups 6 (International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure) and 11 (Data Security and Privacy Liability) have been following Brexit developments closely, and while it is impossible to predict what will happen between now and October 31, we have scheduled a webinar for Wednesday, November 6, to bring you up to speed on events and their impact on day-to-day cross-border data transfers; data protection regulation and enforcement; and cross-border collection, processing, and transfer of data to meet litigation and regulatory requirements. We have assembled a panel of experienced U.S., UK, and EU practitioners representing a variety of viewpoints who will clarify the issues, map out a path forward, and answer your questions (time permitting).


Craig Earnshaw, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting

Kenneth J. Withers, The Sedona Conference

Denise E. Backhouse, eDiscovery Counsel, Littler

Natascha Gerlach, Senior Attorney - E-Discovery, Cleary Gottlieb

Ralf Sauer, Deputy Head of Unit in DG Justice and Consumer's International Data Protection Unit, European Commission

Rohan Massey, Partner, Ropes & Gray

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