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Seminar | September.28.2016 | 6pm - 12am (Central European Standard Time)Orrick
On September 28th, 2016 at 6:00 pm, Orrick hosts together with AmCham Germany and @-yet an interesting event on Data Privacy and Cybersecurity. Our speakers Dr. Christian Schröder (Orrick) and Wolfgang Straßer (@-yet) will give hand-on advice on the latest developments in Data Privacy and Cyber Security. Both are sensitive issues that require special attention by companies – especially regarding the latest legal changes. How do companies have to prepare in order to meet the requirements of the new EU-Regulation? How can companies transfer data to the US and what technical requirements are there? Afterwards, there will be a get together with catering.
CLE Credits Available: N
Dr. Christian Schröder heads Orrick's IP/IT & Data Privacy Practice Group in Germany in Orrick’s Düsseldorf Office. Christian advises medium sized (Mittelstand) companies to large multinationals on IP, Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices, E-Commerce, IT and Data Privacy/Data Protection.
He is listed in Germany's leading lawyer ranking magazine JUVE as frequently recommended data privacy expert and clients recommend him to JUVE for his "reliable and actionable advice". Christian and his practice are also ranked by Legal 500 Germany and Legal 500 EMEA for being among the leading German and European data privacy practices (2018), clients referred to him as "Top data privacy expert".
Christian provides IP/IT advice in M&A transactions and advises on IP focused joint ventures. He supports companies on the set-up of webshops, outsourcings, license agreements, in cases of trademark or unfair and deceptive trade practice issues as well as on hard and software license and IT project agreements.
As a core member of Orrick's global Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation practice, Christian has a special focus on data privacy/data protection matters. In particular, Christian advises on a risk-based approach to privacy, on implementing databases and new software applications, in particular, cloud based solutions. He advises on data privacy contracts, internal data privacy policies, binding corporate rules, user agreements on BYOD, whistleblowing schemes, e-discovery, security breaches, and intra-group data sharing on a national and international basis. He also regularly defends companies against unfair access to their know-how by competitors and against unfair poaching of customers and employees.