The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on 25 May 2018. Organisations have been preparing for the significant changes in policies, practices and procedures that are required to meet the new and enhanced privacy obligations. In addition to brand and reputational damage, the risk of GDPR non-compliance carries severe financial sanctions of up to 4% of an organisations’ annual global revenue or €20 million.
Orrick’s EU GDPR Readiness Assessment Tool
Orrick offers our complimentary GDPR Readiness Assessment Tool to assist you in understanding the GDPR and identifying, at a high ...
In November, the German Data Protection Conference (committee of the independent German federal and state data protection supervisory authorities) (“DSK”) published a guidance on the processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes under the GDPR. This guidance finally brings some light into the darkness of marketing under the GDPR.
Services provided by this group include state contract procurement, intervention to create opportunities or to solve problems, the management of legislative and administrative activities - ranging from monitoring, research, and consultation - to direct and indirect lobbying to affect either enactment, amendment, or defeat of proposals. The firm has advised and appeared before, or provided services to, the Governor and his administration, every constitutional officer, the state legislature, many of its committees, and virtually all California state agencies, including the following entities:
After months of preparation, the U.S. Department of Transportation ("USDOT") has released the third iteration of its informal guidance on the development and deployment of highly automated vehicles ("HAVs").
From compliance to crisis, Orrick's Global Investigations Practice works to protect clients' businesses, reputations and brands. With commercially relevant advice, we help address key issues in ways that can minimize the economic harms that may arise from investigation scenarios.
We are active on the ground in every major market in Asia, Europe and the U.S.—our teams are prepared to quickly and effectively respond to emerging issues no matter where or when they arise.
We provide a multidisciplinary approach that allows us to address all types of corporate or regulatory investigations, ...
Since 1985, our attorneys have worked on more than 3,700 general obligation issues totaling more than $280 billion. Our clients have been cities, counties, states, school districts, community college districts, and other special districts and public works departments (among others) in California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, D.C., and Guam. Representative projects funded by these general obligation bonds include:
parks and recreation district improvements
Those solutions are comprehensive, covering the breadth of legal regimes among the leading jurisdictions of the world for business. A company’s compliance challenges might, for example, involve employment requirements in Europe, financial regulation in the United States, rules governing business practices in China or all of the above. Located in the world’s key financial and business centers, our Global Compliance and Regulatory team has the depth, experience and judgment to solve the most difficult regulatory and compliance problems faced by the world’s foremost businesses.
With a team that includes seasoned trial lawyers, a deep bench of white collar defense lawyers with contacts across industries, two former presidentially appointed U.S. Attorneys as well as former senior officials at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ), we bring integrated solutions to the most complex and challenging situations your company may face. We regularly assist audit committees in conducting internal investigations, and defending investigations and enforcement actions by the SEC, DOJ and state attorneys general.
Our lawyers have ...
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