Since it went into effect on May 25, 2018, the GDPR and its unprecedented extra-territorial effect have been the subject of much debate within the legal community, and have inspired many international and U.S. legislators to follow suit and pass privacy laws based on GDPR principles. Many articles, regulatory guidance, and other references are available to help the U.S. attorney advise clients on the new EU legislation, but very few have addressed the issue of what U.S. law firms and solo practitioners advising EU-based clients on various aspects of U.S. law must themselves do to comply with the GDPR. This program will fulfill that gap.
Presented by Stephan Grynwajc, this course will provide a unique perspective for U.S.-based attorneys collecting and processing the personal information of EU residents as part of their practice, and seeking not only a better understanding of their roles and responsibilities under the GDPR but also of how to implement a GDPR compliance program that allows them to document their compliance.
Stephan Grynwajc is the Managing Partner of the Law Office of S. Grynwajc, PLLC. His practice focuses on helping clients comply with EU, Canadian and US privacy laws, with an emphasis on assisting U.S.-based clients in navigating the EU privacy landscape, and in particular, complying with the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the ePrivacy Directive (a/k/a the "Cookies Directive"), as well as with the myriad of national EU privacy legislations. Stephan also advises clients on developing global privacy documentation, policies and procedures, and on drafting internationally-compliant privacy policies and statements.
He recently served as a co-chair to the Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Virtual Rights Committee of the American Bar Association's Section of International Law. Stephan is also a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and a frequently published author on various international privacy matters, including recently on the theme of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield and the GDPR for the IAPP’s Privacy Advisor publication.
New York, Canada, England, and Wales, France
A LOT of information, but the written materials were especially helpful and organized. Thanks.
Very thoughtful and thorough--truly fantastic the way he moved between the USA and European contexts.
Excellent job, in terms of both content and presentation.
Excellent presentation by a very knowledgeable expert.
Instructor was clearly knowledgeable and engaging.
My business is thinking of offering services in UK and Europe ... this in an “eye opener”
WOW Great topic and great lecturer!
Really outstanding presentation!
Nice job, Stephan. Have a happy new year.
Very good and hugely practical.
Nice Job! Thanks
great slides and discussion
Extremely helpful and informative. Thank you.
This presenter was very good and his breadth of knowledge was incredible.
Tons of information!
Very helpful and timely information