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Handling Legal Information Defensibly in the Global Economy


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 67 minutes
Recorded Date: February 05, 2020
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Agenda


  • Cross-Border Trends
  • Legality of Collecting and Using Data
  • Legality of Exporting Data to the US
  • Cultural Issues
  • Technical Issues
  • Expectations of Opponents, Courts, Regulators
  • Time and Cost Considerations
  • Key Takeaways for Cross-Borders Matters
  • Q & A

Runtime: 1 hour, 7 minutes
Recorded: February 5, 2020

Description

In today’s global business environment, it’s common for U.S. legal matters to involve documents and data stored around the world. But in many instances, laws and regulations of foreign jurisdictions place restrictions on the permissible use and cross-border movement of that information. Though the European Union’s GDPR has gotten the lion’s share of attention lately, other countries also have data privacy and transfer rules that may conflict with American legal obligations. This session will delve into these international data protection laws, foreign blocking statutes, and choice-of-law issues and how they impact legal matters in the U.S.

This program was recorded as part of Law.com's Legalweek Conference on February 5th, 2020.

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Panelists

Karen Efflandt

Executive Director
JP Morgan

Karen Efflandt is Executive Director, Discovery Program Director within the Litigation department at JPMorgan Chase. She serves on the leadership team of Legal Discovery Management, an in-house group that advises and coordinates with internal and external counsel in connection with the discovery process for JPMC’s litigation matters, regulatory inquiries, and investigations. In her role, Karen leads a team of discovery managers and operations specialists based in London, Hong Kong, Bournemouth and New York. The team focuses on data preservation and collection, privacy and protection issues arising from cross-border discovery, and end to end matter management.

Prior to joining JPMC, Karen worked with a service provider Applied Discovery, Inc. and the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP in Washington, DC.

Josh Hoffman

Director of Technology Solution, Knowledge Management, and eDiscovery
McKesson Corporation

Josh Hoffman is the Director of Technology Solutions, Knowledge Management, and eDiscovery for the General Counsel Organization (GCO) at McKesson Corporation. He has over 15 years of eDiscovery and legal operations consulting experience and leads a team that supports technology solutions and knowledge management for the GCO and eDiscovery services enterprise-wide.

Farhat Jabeen

Managing Director - Asia Pacific Region
Consilio

Farhat Jabeen is a Managing Director of Consilio, a global leader in Legal Consulting & Legal Services. Farhat Jabeen is a Managing Director with Consilio overseeing the Asia Pacific region. Based in New York, she brings over a decade of client advisory experience on cross border investigations, FCPA and anti-corruption matters, whistleblower allegations and complex litigation.

She previously lived and worked in Hong Kong and China focusing primarily on cross border, multi-language matters in response to requests from the DoJ, SEC, and other U.S. and international government regulators. Farhat has worked on numerous document intensive, electronic data focused projects and managed review exercises in countries including China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Thailand and India. She collaborates with legal teams and clients to develop comprehensive discovery plans that leverage technology and focus on significant cost savings across the discovery process. Her career has been focused on cross border business development efforts across the US and Asia Pacific region, notably being involved in US client pitches on cases requiring Asia eDiscovery subject matter expertise. Her industry experience includes Fortune 500 clients in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, technology and telecommunication sector.

Michelle Treadwell Briggs

eDiscovery Counsel
Goodwin Procter

Michelle Treadwell Briggs is a counsel in Goodwin’s Litigation Department. Her practice focuses on advising Goodwin lawyers and clients on legal, technical and strategic issues involving electronic discovery and information management. She has wide experience in managing all aspects of discovery and subpoena compliance, including developing and implementing the full range of electronic discovery and response strategies for government investigations and for complex commercial, antitrust and intellectual property litigation.

Ms. Briggs has participated in litigations and investigations involving complex contract disputes in the specialty chemicals industry, class actions, governmental antitrust reviews in the telecommunications, healthcare and financial services industries and patent disputes in the pharmaceutical industry, including Hatch-Waxman litigation. Additionally, Ms. Briggs has coordinated all aspects of Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice Second Requests and subpoenas from state Attorneys General.

Ms. Briggs graduated with a B.S. in Political Science form Ball State University, Muncie, IN. She holds her J.D. from Quinnipiac University School of Law, Hamden, CT. Ms. Briggs is licensed to practice law in the state of Connecticut, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.


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