GDPR will enter into force in May 2018 and the efforts to adapt the companies’ procedures will represent a transnational challenge. Individuals, companies and public authorities will face many changes in the way data will be hosted, treated and protected. Most of all, GDPR will also represent an economic arm wrestling among European
countries and the other countries around the world. Bearing in mind that UK will follow most of GDPR rules, this panel will foster some of the issues related to the interconnection between EU and UK.
Rebecca Cousin Slaughter and May, London
Thiago Sombra Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga Advogados, Brasilia
Clara-Ann Gordon Niederer Kraft & Frey, Zurich; Conference Officer, IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group
Sheena Shah Associate General Counsel, Europe, Chubb Group, London
Eduardo Ustaran Hogan Lovells, London