2018 Advanced eDiscovery Institute

Conference

November 15, 2018 | 8:00 am – 4:00 pm ET | Washington, DC, US

David Kessler (New York), our US head of data and information risk, will moderate a panel at the Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute conference (AEDI) in Washington, DC, November 15.

He will lead a discussion about the transfer of data during discovery in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, which went into effect in May and provides data protection and privacy controls to individuals in the European Union.

The AEDI has gained a reputation among judges, practitioners and vendors as the leading eDiscovery conference in the United States. Now in its fifteenth year, this program, planned by a national advisory board, gives attendees access to more federal judges than any similar program and provides the opportunity to learn at an advanced level from the nation's leading eDiscovery practitioners and academics.

The conference offers a combination of plenary sessions and targeted breakout sessions during which attendees learn about the latest case law, trends in all aspects of eDiscovery, and judicial and practitioner perspectives on where eDiscovery is heading in the next few years.

To register for this event, please visit the Georgetown Law CLE site.

Speakers

David Kessler

David Kessler

Head of Data and Information Risk, United States, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Agenda

November 15, 2:40 pm – 3:40 pm

Kessler will moderate during Session A: GDPR #2: Transfers: New Framework for dealing with US Discovery?

  • Learn about recent EU guidance on personal data transfers for US discovery and investigations
  • Discuss how safe Privacy Shield is in the eDiscovery context
  • Consider uncertainty and vulnerabilities regarding model contract clauses and binding corporate rules as transfer mechanisms
  • Learn best practices for transfers for pre-trial discovery and government and internal investigations
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