ICLG has published its Data Protection Laws and Regulations 2022 guide with White & Case lawyers serving as contributing editors, as well as authoring the UK, the US and France country chapters.
Head of the Firm's Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity practice Tim Hickman provided the preface to the guide noting: "This edition contains an introductory chapter from White & Case LLP, which briefly charts the technological changes that have driven the evolution of data protection laws in recent decades, and reviews the major challenges that businesses face in complying with data protection laws around the world. It also explores some of the most significant developing trends in privacy laws globally, and illuminates some of the key policy choices that governments will need to consider as they seek to strike a balance between the right to privacy and the development of data-driven economies. This edition provides a go-to resource for anyone seeking practical guidance of these complex legal issues in the jurisdictions in which they operate."
The guide covers 33 jurisdictions and is available online free of charge at https://iclg.com/practice-areas/data-protection-laws-and-regulations
White & Case partners Tim Hickman and Detlev Gabel served as contributing editors, as well as authored one of the expert analysis chapters "The Rapid Evolution of Data Protection Laws".
The France country chapter was authored by White & Case partners Clara Hainsdorf and Bertrand Liard. Partner Paul Pittman together with associates Kyle Levenberg and Shira Shamir composed the US country chapter, while Tim Hickman and associate Joe Devine in London put together the UK one.
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