Ensuring that the appropriate data is shared securely between the EU and the US is essential for many businesses in their daily operations. With the invalidation of Privacy Shield by the Court of Justice of the European Union and the UK’s departure from the EU, the UK now faces two considerations, data transfers both between the EU and UK and between the UK and US.
Watch this recording for:
- An overview of key privacy issues
- The practical implications of this decision for existing and future agreements
- How businesses can efficiently review and update agreements at pace
Cindy Rosser is a Legal Director in DocuSign’s Product, IP & Regulatory Affairs group and serves as global privacy counsel. She has previously served in legal roles at companies including NetApp and Symantec. Cindy received her law degree from George Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School and her B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech.
Stuart Brock is Sr. Agreement Cloud Strategy Practice Director for DocuSign, having joined our company this year with our acquisition of Seal Software. Stuart practiced law at a top national firm for ten years before moving in-house at Bank of America, where his responsibilities included the governance of third-party contracts, including the bank’s arsenal of contract templates for more than 60 countries around the globe.
Suzanne Rodway is currently General Counsel LG&RA Services & Group DPO for NatWest, with responsibility for Legal Operations, eDisclosure & Legal Privacy teams for the Group.
She trained with global law firm Linklaters, where after completing a number of years in the Technology, Media & Telecoms practice, moved to in-house to advise the firm on its own privacy and information risk management issues.
Sarah Pozner has over a dozen years experience advising on data protection and has just taken on the role of Global DPO for ITV where she will be building on the business’s approach to data privacy ensuring use of data is optimised from a compliance perspective whilst supporting the commercial objectives. Previously Sarah led a team of specialist lawyers supporting digital work advising on technology and data privacy, including the implementation of the GDPR compliance programme at Aviva.
Matt Byrne, Deputy Editor, The Lawyer
Matt joined The Lawyer in 2003 as features editor and has written on a wide range of topics related to the business of law. He became deputy editor in 2015. He manages the UK 200 editorial and several other of The Lawyer’s market reports including the US Top 50, the Global Litigation 50 and the Technology report.