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GDPR Triage: In the Midst of 10,000 Contracts to Review, Picking the Spots to Mitigate the Biggest Risks


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 65 minutes
Recorded Date: May 23, 2018
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Agenda

8:45 am - 9:45 am
  • What is GDPR?
  • What are the aims of the GDPR?
  • Rights of the EU Data Subjects
  • Security of Personal Data
  • Data Protection by Design and by Default
  • The GDPR Compliance Cycle
Runtime: 1 hour and 5 minutes
Recorded: May 23, 2018

Description

The General Data Protection Regulation is finally going into effect in the EU, and for global organizations, that means a whole new set of standards for data breach notifications, vendor management and data portability, among other things. With this new framework about to take shape, where are the biggest risks for global corporations, and what steps can GCs and Corporate Counsel take to mitigate these issues?

In this session, we’ll uncover what in-house practitioners need to know going in as this new regulation takes effect.

This program was recorded on May 23rd, 2018.

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Panelists

Brock Wanless

Managing Counsel - Global Privacy & Regulatory
Groupon

Based out of Groupon’s Chicago headquarters, Brock Wanless is Groupon’s Managing Counsel – Global Privacy & Regulatory. In this role, Brock manages Groupon’s Global Privacy and Regulatory team, which oversees privacy and data security (including GDPR compliance), regulatory compliance, consumer protection matters, and government affairs. Brock has over 14 years of diverse experience counseling and leading key regulatory initiatives for public companies, privately-held companies, and non-profit organizations.

Jean Janes

Senior Counsel - Global Legal Compliance
JLL

Jean K. Janes serves as Senior Counsel on JLL’s Global Legal Compliance team, focusing on issues related to data privacy, licensing, anti-bribery compliance programs, campaign finance and lobbying law, environmental compliance and sanctions law. She also supports JLL’s anti-modern slavery initiatives, drafting and coordinating production of JLL’s annual Modern Slavery Statement and developing training to raise awareness globally in JLL’s highest-risk businesses. Ms. Janes joined JLL in January 2018, after working with JLL’s Global Legal Compliance team through Axiom.

Before her JLL engagement through Axiom, Ms. Janes was Executive Director and Senior Counsel at Kaplan Inc., where she addressed a variety of regulatory issues affecting the higher education sector. Earlier in her career, she represented small to large companies in complex, multi-jurisdictional litigation in antitrust, securities and consumer matters as a Principal at Much Shelist P.C. and as an associate at Lockridge Grindal Nauen PLLP.

Ms. Janes received her Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota Law School, where she served as Articles Editor of the Minnesota Law Review. She also holds a B.A. in Music from Ripon College and an M.A. in Musicology from The Eastman School of Music.

Jennifer Handa

Associate General Counsel - Global Ethics and Compliance
Accenture

Jenn Handa is Accenture’s Associate General Counsel, Global Compliance & Ethics. Accenture is a leading global professional services company providing a range of strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations services and solutions.

In her role, Jenn oversees Accenture’s global approach to fostering ethical conduct and compliance with our Code of Business Ethics, applicable law, and Accenture policies. She and her teams help their internal business clients navigate compliance in a world of disruptive technology through the design and development of Accenture’s global compliance programs (anticorruption, anti-money laundering, competition law, data privacy, government compliance and trade compliance) and its ethics program. She previously served as Accenture’s Director of Legal Services – Data Integrity & Cybersecurity and as senior litigation counsel for North and South America.

Prior to joining Accenture, she worked as senior litigation counsel at Arthur Andersen and as an associate at Mayer Brown.

Bénédicte Dambrine

Privacy Counsel
OneTrust

Benedicte Dambrine is a Privacy Counsel at OneTrust. She works closely with the Director of Privacy to handle the company’s internal privacy program. She also enables customers to come up with the most efficient response to their privacy regulatory needs, focusing particularly on European regulations, and drafts and negotiates a broad range of commercial agreements for customers.

Prior to joining OneTrust, Benedicte was at the Future of Privacy Forum, a DC-based non-profit organization that serves as a catalyst for privacy leadership and scholarship, advancing principled data practices in support of emerging technologies across industries. She also worked at an international law firm in Paris where she advised on data protection and corporate matters.

Benedicte is admitted to the Paris Bar and pending admission to the California Bar. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US, CIPP/E) and is a member of the IAPP Women Leading Privacy Advisory Board. She holds her Master in Business Law from University Paris II Pantheon Assas and an LLM in International Law from DePaul University.


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