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Building e-disclosure and privacy compliance from the ground up

Exterro

Description

Today’s legal governance, risk and compliance (legal GRC) environment is becoming increasingly complex. The recent regulatory movements, including the introduction of the CCPA, enforcement of the GDPR and evolving data protection laws around the world have created a convergence between two historically different practices: e-disclosure and data privacy.

Essentially the same people, using the same processes and technology, can now solve different problems across their organisation. So, does this mean that there has been a shift from legal to technological in solving these problems?

Keeping pace with regulations will always be challenging but building compliance by design into your organisation using frameworks such as a robust data inventory is now more crucial than ever.

In this webinar, key topics to be discussed will include:

  •          Legal GRC in 2020
  •          Merging e-disclosure and data privacy practices
  •          The switch from a legal to technology issue?
  •          Compliance by design? Data inventories

 

Moderator

 

 

 

 

Stuart Davidson
European Marketing Director at Exterro

Stuart Davidson is the European Marketing Director at Exterro, the leading provider of e-discovery and information governance software specifically designed for in-house legal, privacy and IT teams at Global 2000 and Am Law 200 organisations.

With software solutions that span the full e-discovery lifecycle and support privacy and information governance initiatives, Exterro helps some of the world’s largest organisations work smarter and more efficiently. 


Panellists

 

 

 

 

Donald Macfarlane
Partner at SBP Law

Donald Macfarlane is a leading international corporate and commercial solicitor-advocate with nearly 20 years’ experience working within large multinationals such as IBM, BP, US law firms and high tech British start-ups. Having worked both in-house and in private practice, Donald brings extensive business experience to benefit all his clients at SBP Law. 

In addition to 10 years’ real-world corporate executive experience (including roles as vice president, director and general counsel), Donald’s strong technical background provides invaluable insight into negotiation, drafting and delivery of all types of corporate and commercial transactions/operations. Typical work includes drafting and negotiating all corporate commercial, technology and IT contracts often involving complex licensing, SaaS, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, commercial loans, governance, risk & compliance/security documentation plus internal business support for personnel/marketing and sales functions.

Donald has published books, articles and is a frequent speaker on commercial matters globally, particularly through the global Masters’ Conference Programme. 

 

 

 

 

 

Judy Selby
Partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Judy Selby is a partner in the global insurance services practice group of Hinshaw & Culbertson. Formerly a consultant, Judy is a seasoned adviser and litigator with a unique blend of experience of cyber and privacy risks and a wide range of complex insurance coverage issues.

With more than 25 years of experience, Judy advises insurance companies on the increasingly complex issues arising out of claims related to cybersecurity and data privacy incidents. She provides guidance on coverage evaluation, policy negotiation, gap analysis and policy drafting. She has handled a number of high profile, high stakes complex insurance coverage litigation matters, bringing cases to trial and achieving successful resolutions for clients. Judy also represents companies in international arbitration matters in the United Kingdom. An international speaker, she has written two eBooks on cyber insurance issues. She also co-founded the eDiscovery and Information Governance teams at an AmLaw 100 law firm.

Details

Date
12 February 2020
Time
12:00 - 12:55 UTC
Duration
55 min
Language
English
Location
Online