Global privacy expert Jonathan Armstrong of Cordery addressed the role of analytics and AI in identifying and protecting data in our recent webinar, Global Data Privacy Update: GDPR Walks the Walk. This blog, adapted from his comments, is the second of a 3-part series.
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
GDPR Gets Interesting
CDS’ Chris O’Connor and global privacy expert Jonathan Armstrong of Cordery recently discussed the latest developments in GDPR review, regulation and enforcement. Read on for a lightly edited transcript of their discussion, Part 1 of a 3-part series.
CDS Employee Spotlight: A conversation with Kevin Chacon, Manager, Consulting Services, CDS Zurich
What does it take to be successful on international eDiscovery projects? We talked with Kevin Chacon, our own globetrotting eDiscovery specialist, about what he’s learned from his work abroad.
Life After Privacy Shield Part 3: The Global Impact of EU Data Privacy Standards on National Surveillance Practices and Global Trade Relations
In our recent webcast, Life After Privacy Shield: The Present and Future of Cross-Border Data Transfer, Chris O’Connor, Director of eDiscovery Strategy at CDS, interviewed Jonathan Armstrong, Partner at Cordery. Here’s Part 3 of the recap of their discussion on the geopolitical implications of the EU’s revamped data privacy standards.
Life After Privacy Shield Part 2: Next Best Steps Companies Can Take to Maintain GDPR Compliance
Here’s Part 2 of the recap of the discussion had during our recent webinar, Life After Privacy Shield: The Present and Future of Cross-Border Data Transfer. Chris O’Connor, Director of eDiscovery Strategy at CDS, interviewed Jonathan Armstrong, Partner at Cordery. They outlined some concrete steps you can take immediately to comply with the EU’s revamped data privacy regulations.
Life After Privacy Shield Part 1: The EU-US Privacy Shield Agreement was struck down. Now What?
We’ve been monitoring how to interpret the judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in the far reaching Schrems II case which revamped the rules for global data privacy. Here’s Part 1 of the recap of their discussion of how data privacy enforcement has since played out.
RelativityOne in Switzerland: A Recipe for Innovation
As the economic and legal spaces become increasingly globalized—and corporate and law firm teams find themselves mired in cross-border and multi-jurisdictional matters—simplified, universal access to critical case data in the cloud becomes more and more necessary.
The Far-Reaching Schrems II Judgment Changes the Rules on Global Data Privacy
On July 16, 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its long-awaited judgment in the Schrems II case (case C-311/18). The Schrems II judgment impacts transatlantic personal data transfers under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in two key ways:
The Global Climate for Data Privacy: Change is Coming, But When and Where?
This excerpt of an interview with Jonathan Armstrong, partner at Cordery, looks at the global impact of the pandemic on data privacy. In this discussion, we explore how countries are approaching privacy law, larger trends in enforcement, and what the future holds.
GDPR Enforcement Varies Across Jurisdictions
This excerpt of an interview with Jonathan Armstrong, partner at Cordery, looks at the impact on GDPR enforcement across European jurisdictions, particularly in light of a global pandemic. How are regulators responding, and how can companies protect their interests?
Protecting Data Privacy in a Pandemic
Chris O’Connor, Director of eDiscovery at CDS, interviewed Jonathan Armstrong, a partner at Cordery and advisor to multinational companies across Europe on technology, risk and governance. If there is one thing their recent discussion made clear, it’s this: Now is the time to revisit and refresh your GDPR Risk Assessments.
Leveraging In-Country Cloud Services for eDiscovery and Investigations
While many companies have moved at least some of their data to the cloud, others have been more cautious about taking these steps because they want to ensure their data stays in the U.S. Some cloud providers do not have enough locations in the U.S. to enable all data to remain in the country.