There are still some places left for our quick reaction audio conference on the Schrems III judgment on Thursday. Would you like to join us?
Data transfer has been one of the hot topics of the last 10 years.
On Thursday the ECJ is expected to hand down its judgment in Schrems III. The case could have far-reaching effects for data transfer and in particular for Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) and Privacy Shield.
As many of you will know André has followed the case since its inception and he brings a unique perspective to these issues having worked at the ECJ and in Brussels. I’ve also followed the case from the earliest times and interviewed Max Schrems on the litigation in Paris in 2016 when we talked about the chances of Privacy Shield surviving. You can see a summary of that discussion here: https://bit.ly/schremsparis
André has written about the background to this week’s judgment here: https://bit.ly/schremsie. There’s a short film on the issues there too. We’ve also written on the Attorney-General’s opinion which the court will be considering – https://bit.ly/schremsag. Of course there’s no guarantee that the court will follow the Attorney-General’s opinion – the court didn’t do this in Schrems I.
Our teleconference will be free and we’ll hold it on
Thursday 16 July 2020 at 2pm UK time
If you’d like to join our teleconference just let us know. It’ll be audio only (so you won’t need to dress up like on Zoom, Microsoft Teams or WebEx) but you’ll be able to hear our initial thoughts together with practical steps on what you might need to do.
If you’d like to join just let Jo know – email@example.com. We’re limited in the number of people we can accommodate and it’s first come first-served but if there’s room Jo will then send you the dial in details.
I do hope you can join us.
Kind regards, Jonathan
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