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Data Privacy and Data Protection: Practical Approaches to Compliance with GDPR/CCPA

June 9, 2020

We’ve all attended a few too many GDPR and CCPA sessions that cover the same introductory ground.  The goal of this session is different: a conversation among experienced privacy and data protection lawyers about gaps and areas of tension between the two laws, and how companies can address those inconsistencies and develop programs that comply with both laws, and are flexible enough to address new data protection laws that come into effect, and emerging issues (such as the COVID pandemic) as they arise .  If you don’t already have good basic familiarity with the GDPR and CCPA, this session may not be for you.


Doron Goldstein, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, United States, Moderator
Doron Goldstein, co-head of the Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity practice and Katten privacy officer, has a well-earned reputation for helping clients from start-ups to multinationals overcome complex and sometimes frightening situations involving their data security and information technology. Whether a client is looking to develop or implement programs to protect itself against attackers, or recover from a data breach that already occurred, Doron's combination of technical and legal experience helps clients prioritize issues and develop a manageable action plan.




Liz Harding, Polsinelli, United States
Liz is a dual-qualified attorney in Colorado and the United Kingdom who counsels clients on data privacy, advertising and technology licensing matters. Prior to practicing in the U.S., she practiced law in the U.K. for over 10 years counseling clients on EU privacy and technology matters. Liz has significant experience counseling clients on how to comply with their EU privacy obligations, with a particular focus on how to prepare for, respond to, and implement regulatory changes arising out of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). With the advent of new U.S. State privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).




Raphaël Dana, Frieh Associés, France
Raphaël Dana is an attorney in Paris. His practice includes advice relating to IPT and data aspects of domestic and international M&A transactions (due diligence, contractual documentation, reps and warranties, liability clauses), software licensing, interpretation of the GDPR and advice on its implementation, cyber security. He represents financial institutions, actors of the industrial and manufacturing world, companies of the infrastructure and transport sectors, and players in the fields of life sciences, telecommunications and technology