With the invalidation of the US-EU Safe Harbor program and the passage of the Judicial Redress Act (JRA) in the House of Representatives, it is now the Senate’s turn to consider additional privacy protections for EU citizens.
A regular feature of Sourcing@MorganLewis is our “Contract Corner.” In these posts, members of our global outsourcing and strategic commercial transactions practice highlight particular contract provisions and review issues and potential approaches to negotiating and drafting those provisions.
In our last Contract Corner post , we discussed the benefits of negotiating flexible termination options, including partial termination rights.
Termination rights are a crucial and frequently negotiated aspect of complex commercial agreements.
The article “ Data Transfers ” by of counsel Dr. Axel Spies provides some additional color on the hot topic of international data transfers.
The October 6 LawFlash “ ECJ Rules EU-US Safe Harbor Programme Is Invalid ” by Morgan Lewis partners Stephanie A. Blair and Pulina Whitaker and of counsel Dr. Axel Spies discusses the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling in the landmark case Maximillian Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner (case C-362/14).
The ever-increasing growth of data content combined with complex legal and regulatory obligations makes information governance a critical business issue for organizations.
An annual report investigating trends in data breaches analyzes data from nearly 80,000 security incidents and more than 2,000 data compromises from 61 countries.
Privacy and security concerns are not just for those who play in the regulated spaces (kids, money, and health) anymore.