YAAP Round Table - GDPR and Arbitration

Category
YAAP
Date
13 Oct 2020 17:30
Webinar

GDPR and Arbitration – What you really need to know!

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has put data protection in the EU on a new footing and introduced considerable financial sanctions for the processing and transferring of personal data without a lawful basis. Gernot Fritz, Matthias Hofer and Désirée Prantl (Freshfields) – will discuss the GDPR’s impact on international arbitration and highlight compliance requirements as well as suggest measures to be implemented at the different stages of an arbitration proceeding (also considering the article “Fritz/Prantl/Leinwather/Hofer, Datenschutz in internationalen Schiedsverfahren, SchiedsVZ 2019/6, 301-309”). Spoiler alert: The GDPR does not impose obligations on the arbitration itself but rather on the individual arbitral participants – this may be any one of us!
 
Date: 13 October 2020, 17:30 CEST
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The event will be transmitted via Zoom: Join us via the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87493292069.

 
 

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