The intersection of foreign laws governing data collection and cross-border discovery operations continues to be a challenge in global litigation. US Courts generally will require discovery to proceed, notwithstanding GDPR, local data privacy laws or other foreign legislation that may stand in the way.
How can global enterprises best proceed in a manner that meets the obligations of both US discovery and global data protection requirements?
This article by ProSearch Head of Data Privacy, Ryan Costello, outlines three solutions – protective orders, redactions, and ‘privacy logs’ – for complying with data privacy laws and other foreign regulations that often are at odds with US court requirements for document production.
Read the article here, in the March 2021 issue of Law Journal Newsletters Cybersecurity Law and Strategy.