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German Court: CJEU Must Clarify Whether GDPR Provides Materiality Threshold

The decision means the CJEU will need to clarify the framework for GDPR damages claims. By Tim Wybitul, Dr. Christoph Baus, and Dr. Isabelle Brams The German Federal Constitutional Court has ruled that the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) needs to clarify if the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides for a … Continue Reading

Swiss Regulator Determines Swiss-US Privacy Shield Is Inadequate

Swiss companies are advised to take additional measures when transferring personal data from Switzerland to the US. By Gail E. Crawford, Fiona M. Maclean, and Amy Smyth On 8 September 2020, the Swiss data protection authority, Adrian Lobsiger (the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner, FDPIC), concluded in his annual review that the Swiss-US Privacy … Continue Reading

Practical Considerations for Assessing Data Transfers after Schrems II

Latham develops new resource to identify considerations for assessing SCC and BCR data transfers in Europe. By Gail E. Crawford, Fiona M. Maclean, Michael H. Rubin, Serrin Turner, Tim Wybitul, and Ulrich Wuermeling Following the Schrems II decision in July 2020, organisations relying on the standard contractual clauses (SCCs) or Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) to … Continue Reading
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