International eDiscovery: Legal Rules and Practicalities of Cross-Border eDiscovery

This event was held May 8, 2012.

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  • This event was held May 8, 2012.
  • 1:00 - 2:30 pm EST

21st century discovery not only cuts a broad swath as to electronically stored information (ESI) but it often entails ESI located all over the world. The USA's unique approach to litigation discovery often clashes with privacy protections provided to individuals residing in other countries around the globe. It may even be illegal for a U.S. company to collect data from some of its own overseas employees.

You will learn the fundamentals of international legal principles that generate inherent conflicts with U.S. civil procedure statutes and rules and recent legal developments in the U.S. and overseas re: the intersection of e-discovery and data-privacy rules of law. You will benefit from this live audio conference by learning practical tips for lawyers and executives alike as to proactive and reactive steps to implement a defensible approach and suggested strategies for seeking and objecting to discovery of ESI located outside the Unites States.

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Agenda

Overview 3 Pivotal Ways in Which the U.S. Is Unique
  • Civil Discovery = Broad
  • Employee Privacy = Oxymoronic
  • Breach Notice Duty = Limited
Some Key Resources to Learn and Stay Up-to-Date
Practical Impacts of International Rules on U.S. Litigation
  • Common Scenarios
  • Serious Potential Repercussions
  • U.S. Courts' Lack of Sympathy
Key Principles re: Complying With European Privacy Laws
  • EU Privacy Directive's and Individual Countries' Definitions Of:
    • Personal and Thus Private Data
    • Data Transfers
  • U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework
    • 'Adequacy'
    • Data 'Controller' vs. Data 'Processor'
Top Ten Tips to Avoid Pitfalls
Questions and Answers
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Robert D. Brownstone, Esq.

Robert D. Brownstone, Esq.

Fenwick & West LLP

  • Technology and eDiscovery counsel, and Electronic-Information-Management (EIM) Group chair at Fenwick & West LLP, a 300-attorney, Silicon Valley based, national law firm
  • Advises clients and colleagues on information security, data privacy, electronic information management, electronic discovery, retention/destruction policies/protocols, and social media rewards and risks
  • Nationwide conference chair, speaker and writer on many law and technology issues, including on the www.ITLawToday.com blog
  • Teaches electronic discovery law and process at multiple law schools
  • Frequently quoted in the press as a source on electronic information issues
  • Advisory board member, National Employment Law Institute
  • J.D. degree, magna cum laude, Brooklyn Law School; B.A. degree, Swarthmore College
  • Can be contacted at [email protected]
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