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Culture clashe-disclosure vs. European data protection law in international arbitration

USA, European Union - January 13 2011 In international arbitration, particularly where US parties are involved, the parties frequently agree on the exchange of documents, although the exchange is usually more limited than in US pre-trial discovery....

Jan Kraayvanger.

New EU standard contractual clauses for commissioned data processing

European Union - September 7 2010 European companies wishing to transfer data outside of the EU have different ways to guarantee a data protection level similar to that of Europe in the third country....

Tim Wybitul.

Cloud computing may violate German data privacy laws

Germany - July 20 2010 The term "cloud computing" is generally used to describe services through which a company accesses software applications, databases, infrastructure and related services via the Internet or other networks....

Guido Zeppenfeld, Tim Wybitul.

Safe harbor: more stringent requirements for the transfer of data to the USA

European Union, Germany - June 15 2010 When German companies transfer personal data to companies outside the EU then they have to fulfill the stringent requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act....

Tim Wybitul.

The new Regulations regarding Employee Data Protection complicate ensuring the company’s internal compliance

Germany - January 15 2010 Directors and managers are in danger of being personally liable if they do not take suitable measures to ensure compliance, especially to avoid corruption and other economic crimes....

Guido Zeppenfeld, Tim Wybitul, Kai Liebrich.