Is Your Cyber-Insurance Ready for GDPR?

By now, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has gone into effect.  This update is not intended to provide a “deep dive” into the regulatory regime instituted by GDPR.  For our purposes, it is sufficient to note that GDPR bestows protections that expand beyond the privac
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UK Privacy Law Not Adequate After Brexit EU Commission Notice

  On January 9th, 2018, the EU Commission (EUC) issued a UK data protection Stakeholder Notice. The EUC Notice states that at this time there are “considerable uncertainties” regarding whether UK Data Protection Laws will be adequate after Brexit to permit international transfers
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Windows 10 Violates Dutch Data Protection Laws

On October 13th, the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Dutch DPA) announced that it had completed its investigation of Microsoft Windows 10 and determined that Windows 10’s default user privacy and consent settings violate Dutch data protection laws.  This case is a prime example of wh
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Robert Kiggins Moderates International Tax Panel

On March 8,  2016 Robert Kiggins moderated a panel discussion in New York City sponsored by The International Business Structuring Association based in London, England. The panel discussion focused on “How the Global Tax Environment is Changing the Way Companies Do Business.” The prog
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