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Antitrust Alert: European Union May Introduce Whistleblower Protections as Under Sarbanes-Oxley

European Union - April 25 2018 Whistleblowers who expose breaches of European Union law will be afforded greater protection from retaliation by companies and public authorities...

Lucia Stefania Stoican, Alexandre G. Verheyden, Serge Clerckx, Cecelia Kye, Laurent De Muyter.

Draft EU CLOUD ProposalEnabling Law Enforcement Access to Overseas Data

USA, European Union - April 24 2018 On April 17, 2018, the European Commission proposed a legislative package ("Proposal") to allow EU Member State law enforcement and judicial...

Laurent De Muyter.

Congress Passes CLOUD Act to Facilitate Law Enforcement Access to Overseas Data

USA - March 27 2018 The Situation: The U.S. Congress passed the CLOUD Act amending U.S. surveillance laws to facilitate law enforcement access to the contents of...

Samir C. Jain, James T. Kitchen, Undine von Diemar.

Looming Ruling on EU Data Transfer Rules Carries Potentially Serious Implications

European Union - October 16 2017 The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") is to rule on the validity of EU Standard Contractual Clauses used by companies to transfer personal data...

Todd S. McClelland, Daniel J. McLoon, Olivier Haas, Lucia Stefania Stoican, Mauricio F. Paez, Jonathon Little, Paloma Bru, Undine von Diemar.

China's New Cybersecurity Law Brings Enforcement Crackdown

China - October 12 2017 Earlier this year, the People's Republic of China enacted its Cybersecurity Law, which granted authorities broad, explicit powers to monitor and...

Todd S. McClelland, Jennifer C. Everett, Richard Zeng, Mauricio F. Paez, Chiang Ling Li, Haifeng Huang, Undine von Diemar.