The far-reaching General Data Protection Regulation affects roughly two-thirds of the world’s business leaders.
The GDPR (2016/679), the European Union’s new privacy rule, went into effect on 25 May 2018. This sweeping regulation applies to all organisations within the EU—as well as those outside the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behavior of, individuals residing in the EU.
This sea-change regulation significantly changes how companies may collect and use the personal data of EU residents. And penalties for violating the GDPR are steep: up to the greater of 4% of a company’s global revenue or 20 million Euros (nearly $23.5 million).
Morgan Lewis is prepared to guide global companies and institutions through the challenges they face in this new regulatory environment. We assist clients in virtually all the major industries around the globe in understanding how these important changes will affect their businesses and how to navigate the changing data privacy landscape.
Morgan Lewis partner Tess Blair’s comments during Legalweek New York’s “GDPR & CCPA Are Fueling High Demand for On-Point RegTech Solutions” panel were featured in a Legaltech News article.
Morgan Lewis partners Pulina Whitaker and Ezra Church were interviewed for an International Financing Law Review article about the worldwide effects of the GDPR.
Morgan Lewis partners Pulina Whitaker and Ezra Church comment in an Intellectual Property Magazine article about confusion that remains one year after the General Data Protection Regime (GDPR) was implemented.
Morgan Lewis partners Ezra Church and Pulina Whitaker were interviewed by Law360 about what questions remain for organizations one year on from the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Partner Tess Blair spoke with Law360 about several basic compliance steps that companies should take to comply with GDPR requirements.
Consider these steps to point you in the direction of compliance and let Morgan Lewis lawyers provide more detailed analysis and advice.