U.S. litigation discovery requirements are not necessarily antithetical to compliance with EU data protection law, the authors posit. They propose that three existing mechanisms — privacy notices, protective orders, and model contracts — could be adapted to form the basis for an international consensus on how to resolve tensions between the demands of U.S. discovery and EU data protection compliance.
BNA Privacy & Security Law Report
A Path to Resolving European Data Protection Concerns With U.S. Discovery
October 15, 2007