Monday, July 27, 2020
Amanda Witt, Prof. Nico Härting, and Nicole Beranek Zanon will discuss the consequences of the Schrems II decision of the ECJ for international data transfers. Each give their perspective and hands-on advice to companies faced with handling the situation. Click here for the webinar recording in English.
- Amanda Witt co-leads both the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Governance Practice and the Technology, Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice at Kilpatrick Townsend. She focuses her practice in the areas of information technology, U.S. and global privacy, IoT, information security, e-commerce, cross-border transactions, outsourcing, licensing and procurement, intellectual property protection and transactions, strategic alliances, commercial transactions, software development and licensing, SaaS services and electronic signatures.
- Niko Härting, is the founder of HÄRTING Rechtsanwälte. Among other things, he is a member of the Information Law Committee of the German Bar Association, a permanent contributor to the journals IT- und IP-Rechtsberater as well as Kommunikation & Recht, a member of the editorial board of Computer und Recht and editor of the journal PinG – Privacy in Germany. Since 2012, he has been an honorary professor at the University of Applied Sciences. He is also a lecturer to the Free University Berlin.
- Nicole Beranek Zanon (Moderator), is one of the top lawyers in privacy in Switzerland, she holds a bilingual degree, European Law predicate, Exec. MBA HSG, she is founding partner of de la cruz Beranek Rechtsanwälte AG, an information communication and technology law boutique law firm.
Monday, July 27, 2020-
Monday, July 27, 2020
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