Corporate Counsel recently had an article summarizing reports from a few law firms predicting that Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement will continue at a healthy clip in 2014. This is timely given that one of our LegalTech New York panels will be on handling global discovery matters such as FCPA.
If you’ve ever been asked “what are the rules?” when it comes to collecting, processing or reviewing data overseas, or if you’ve ever asked that question, this is the LegalTech session for you. Our expert panel with diverse profiles – law firm, corporation, analyst firm – have all been asked at one time or another to quickly sum up the data privacy rules. How is China different than Brazil? What if employees sign consent forms upon hiring? How does the Snowden/NSA leaks change the game?
To hear the panel discuss these topics and provide practical advice on navigating global discovery issues, please join us in New York on Wednesday, February 5 at 3:45 pm in the Trianon Ballroom.
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