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International data transfer news… a bit like buses

You know how you wait for ages for a bus to come (well, we do in Europe) and then three come along at once? Well it’s a little like that in the data privacy arena right now, as far as transfer of international personal data...more

Risks Engendered By Use of Social Media During Employment

Sharing personal and work-related information on social media sites has become a prevalent practice for many employees nowadays. Likewise, social media is also used by employers as a platform to connect with the public and to...more

Lawful Cross-Border Transfers of Employees' Personal Data: EU Commission's Communication on the Invalidation of Safe Harbor 1.0...

In the wake of last month's landmark decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) invalidating the U.S.-European Union (EU) Safe Harbor framework, hundreds of U.S. multinationals, no longer able to rely on the Safe Harbor...more

Labor & Employment E-Note - October 2015

Marcel Debruge and Meryl Cowan were featured in Practical Law's Q&A on workers' compensation law for employers in Alabama. The Q&A addresses Alabama laws requiring workers' compensation coverage, including the benefits...more

No Longer a Safe Harbor? What the European Court's Recent Ruling Means for Pension Schemes

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) recently handed down its decision in the Schrems case. It agreed with the Advocate General and effectively decided as follows: - the fact that the EU Commission...more

No Safe Harbour? Immediate Implications for Employers

A landmark decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has held that companies may no longer rely on “Safe Harbour” to justify transferring personal data from the European Union to the US, because the US Government has a...more

Transfer of Employees’ Personal Data from Germany to the United States under German Data Privacy Law

Following the ECJ’s decision in the “Schrems” case which has invalidated the Safe Harbor framework multinational corporations may now face profound privacy law related compliance issues in a multitude of jurisdictions. In the...more

What Does the European Court of Justice's Invalidation of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework Mean For U.S.-Based Multinational...

In a landmark decision that will dramatically affect thousands of U.S. companies that transfer personal data from the European Union ("EU") to the United States, the European Union Court of Justice ("ECJ") yesterday...more

Safe Harbor Judgment to be Delivered October 6th!

Following up on our last post from last week, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), moving at almost breakneck speed, has announced that it will be deciding the legal status of the US-EU Safe Harbor Framework on...more

That is SO last week - September 2015 #4

No matter how many times employment lawyers say that the ADA may require employers to provide more leave than the FMLA’s 12 week allotment, some just don’t get the message. Last week, the EEOC announced a $300,000 settlement...more

Five on Friday: Five Recent Developments that We’ve Been Watching Closely

There continue to be regular developments in the business and human rights field that warrant attention from both companies and their stakeholders. New legislation and regulation, shifting policy positions, and developments...more

Health Alert (Australia) - August 10, 2015

In This Issue: Judgments; Legislation; and Reports. Excerpt from Judgments: Victoria 3 August 2015 - AB v McKimm & Anor [2015] VCC 987 The County Court of Victoria granted an...more

Guide To Doing Business in New Zealand: Employment Laws (Updated)

EMPLOYMENT LAWS - TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT - Terms and conditions of work performed by employees in New Zealand are governed by: • Legislation governing employment terms and working conditions,...more

Discovery in International Litigation: Data Privacy and Best Practices for Global Organizations

In an increasingly global economy, it is only natural to see a rise in complex and high-stakes international lawsuits. As a result, cross-border discovery issues are now commonplace, a staple of international litigation. ...more

Update Regarding Office of Personnel Management Cyber Attack

More details continue to emerge about the cyber attack and data breach disclosed last week of the U.S. federal government’s Office of Personnel Management (OPM), and those details continue to get worse. While original reports...more

Senn on 10 Best Practices in a Cross-Border Investigation – Part II

Today I conclude a two-part series on how to formulate an effective best practices cross-border investigation based upon an interview I did with Mara Senn, a partner at Arnold & Porter LLP, who specializes in white collar...more

Senn on 10 Best Practices in a Cross-Border Investigation – Part I

Today we celebrate a closure for it was on this day in 1935 that probably the best-known baseball player in the history of the game, George Herman ‘Babe’ Ruth, retired. While many of his records were broken with the march of...more

French Data Protection Authority Unveils Its Inspection Program for 2015

On May 25, 2015, the French data protection authority (CNIL) published its annual inspection program for 2015, unveiling its objectives and priorities for the year. This alert highlights the main priorities of the CNIL for...more

7 Important Considerations for European Hotlines

As any organization that operates internationally knows, there are varying levels of data protection that are implemented from country to country. The idea is to share data in a manner that also protects personal privacy and...more

Data Privacy Challenges & Considerations for Cross-Border Ethics & Compliance Investigations

What investigators need to know—and do—to adhere to data privacy laws relating during ethics and compliance investigations. Investigations of potential misconduct can be taxing for any organization. But for...more

Crackdown on ‘Back-door’ Criminal Record Checks

Under section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), it is now a criminal offence for any person or organisation to require an individual to submit a ‘subject access request’ (i.e. the right for an individual to access any...more

Enforced subject access requests now a criminal offence in the UK

In September 2014 we reported on the UK’s intention to stamp out a practice commonly known as “enforced subject access requests”. This concerned the previously dormant section 56 of the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (‘DPA’),...more

Be Global - A look ahead to key international employment law developments expected in 2015

In This Issue: - ASIA PACIFIC: - Australia: Gender Equality Reporting Update - China: Predicted Increase in Collective Bargaining - China: Compliance with 10% Cap on Dispatch Workers - Hong Kong:...more

In Nevada Court, Millions of Dollars Wasted in the Name of Macau Data Privacy Law

Clark County Nevada District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez is considering further sanction against Sands China Ltd. for redacting “personal information” from about 2,600 documents the company produced in 2013 as part of an ongoing...more

Who’s your role model for EU privacy notices? The latest Google Undertaking

When small and mid-size companies start expanding their apps or web presence into Europe, they need to start thinking about EU data protection laws. It’s tempting to take a look at what one or two of the “big guys” do about...more

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