Committee In-House Counsel Club

In-House Counsel Club - Recent Trends of Data Protection Laws in the APAC region

French Chamber of Commerce
541 Orchard Road #09-01 Liat Towers Singapore 238881

Member only
Language: English

Price:
SGD10

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Keen to exchange in person with your peers on data protection in a conversation led by an expert?

 

By invitation only

In-House Counsel experts, boost your network and join us for the last meetup of the year!

The volume of personal data that companies hold on their stakeholders has grown extensively in recent years, resulting in major international legislation such as the EU's GDPR or Singapore’s PDPA to prevent the misuse or such data and empower data subjects.

Companies are more aware than ever of their compliance duties relating to personal data, and are keen to understand the requirements in the jurisdictions in which they operate.

During this event, moderated by Lucas Nicolet-Serra, Counsel at K&L Gates we will focus on the development of data protection laws across APAC and, in particular, key features of the recent developments of data protection frameworks and regulatory implications in the region. We will highlight the latest breakthroughs of data privacy laws in the region and will focus on trends in data localisation and data transfers, as cause of growing interrogations within the business community.

Make sure to come prepared with your questions to ask and exchange with your peers and we look forward to welcoming you at this dedicated event!

Terms & Conditions

  • Due to the current restrictions, the event is limited to 12 members 
  • Full payment is required upon registration 
  • No shows will not be refunded
  • Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes

 

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