Join Sidley for a panel discussion to evaluate transatlantic harmony regarding data protection.
We will be considering the elements that have gone well, as well as areas that could go better, and what could potentially go wrong.
Organised by Sidley Austin LLP
- Julie Brill, Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel
- European Data Protection Supervisor, speaker to be confirmed
- Helen Dixon, Irish Data Protection Commissioner
- Jane Horvath, Senior Director of Global Privacy
- Alan Raul (Sidley Moderator) Partner, D.C.
- Cameron Kerry (Sidley Commenter) Senior Counsel, Boston
- William Long (Sidley Commenter) Partner, London
- Ed McNicholas (Sidley Commenter) Partner, D.C.
- Wim Nauwelaerts (Sidley Commenter) Partner, Brussels
- Noah Joshua Phillips Commissioner of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission
Our distinguished speakers will cover, among other topics:
• Searching for transatlantic common ground on practices that pose high risks to privacy rights and freedoms
• How to improve transatlantic understanding
• The future of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield
• Privacy enforcement theories and practices in the EU and the U.S.
• Perspectives on the future of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, U.S. Cloud Act, EU e-Privacy Regulation, California Consumer Privacy Act 2018, Data Brexit, ethical considerations for Artificial Intelligence and novel technologies