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Even If You Are a U.S. Company, Don’t Ignore the GDPR

May 4, 2018 at 3:20 PM - compliance,

Complying with the EU’s New Data Privacy Law

GDPR.-Notebook-with-Notes-General-Data-Protection-Regulation-on-the-table-of-a-businessman-.-898176928_3869x2579On May 25, 2018, the European Union (EU)'s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, broadening the scope of privacy obligations for companies doing business in or with Europe. The GDPR applies to all businesses that collect and use personal information of EU residents, including organizations located outside the EU.

U.S. companies, including Data Processors in the United States, may be subject to the GDPR if they offer products or services to EU residents or if they monitor the behavior of such residents even if they do not have a physical presence in the EU.

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Deal Accelerators: Resources to help in-house lawyers support their business teams

Deal Accelerators: Resources to help in-house lawyers support their business teams

August 11, 2016 at 12:41 PM - In-House Lawyers,

The business team announces that a new product is ready for launch and asks legal to sign off on a key contract, or the collateral materials that will accompany the product to market. Although you understand the implications of a delay, and also realize that raising a red flag at this stage will not be well-received, it is nevertheless your responsibility to protect the company from potential legal issues arising post-launch. Because the legal department’s review inextricably involves a level of scrutiny often overlooked by the business team, it inevitably reveals missed steps or open items requiring action, which unfortunately will slow down the business team’s momentum.

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