In this webinar, our expert speakers Eve-Christie Vermynck, consel in the London office of renowned Law Firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and her colleague Daniel Millard, Associate in the Skadden London office, will provide an overview of the new regulatory landscape applicable to the UK when it comes to privacy on websites and apps. What happens once the Brexit transition phase is over by the end of 2020 and what does the recent CJEU decision on data transfer mean for UK businesses? They will also dive into the latest updates on cookie consent and give an outlook of what’s to come next. Join the webinar and be all set for the time after Brexit.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
BREXIT & DATA FLOWS
- Brexit and GDPR – deal or no deal?
- The CJEU decision on data transfer – what does that mean for UK businesses?
COOKIE CONSENT & REGULATORY GUIDELINES
- Latest updates: ICO guidelines regarding Cookie Consent & other regulations
- Practical examples
- Update on the ePrivacy Regulation
- What’s next?
- The solution: Consent Management Platforms
WHO IS THE WEBINAR ADDRESSING?
Legal, Marketing and IT Executives, Data Protection Officers, Website and App Operators and Agencies.
¹the webinar partner is Skadden London
Working closely with lawyers in Skadden’s corporate and private equity practice groups, Ms. Vermynck advises on the technology-, commercial-, data protection- and cybersecurity-related issues involved in complex transactions, including with respect to emerging issues in Big Data, AI,Blockchain, Smart Technology, Health Care and Fintech. She also advises clients in a variety of regulatory and litigation matters, including cross-border regulatory proceedings, and privacy and cybersecurity issues.
Daniel is an Associate in the Cybersecurity & Privacy, and Intellectual Property & Technology groups at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Affiliates. Daniel advises on matters relating to the GDPR, Data Protection Act 2018, PECR and ePrivacy Directive. Daniel also advises more generally on technology law, including in relation to IP arrangements, e-commerce, outsourcing, and corporate support.