Posts Tagged “Cross-Border Data Transfer”

Will 2023 Be the Year When the United States Receives an Adequacy Decision under GDPR from the European Union?

Electronic discovery for legal matters within the United States often involves preserving, collecting, processing, reviewing, and producing data that concern individuals living outside the United States. In some of these situations, the data privacy laws of jurisdictions outside the United States can complicate electronic discovery to be performed in the United States. Perhaps the most […]

Chinese Data Security, Data Protection, and Cybersecurity Law: A Recent Enforcement Action Resulting in Large Fines Highlight Risks

Electronic discovery for US litigation and legal proceedings often implicates data outside the US.  As data privacy and protection laws evolved around the globe, it’s critical to understand the limitations obstacles that may arise when collecting, processing, reviewing, and producing such data. China’s Data Security Law (“DSL”) and Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”), both enacted […]

In re Schlich, 893 F.3d 40 (1st Cir. 2018).

Key Insight: Petitioner met statutory requirements under Section 1782, but not the discretionary factors. Circuit court affirmed denial of discovery request. Nature of Case: European Patent Case Electronic Data Involved: Documents in US for use in European Case Keywords: Foreign Proceeding View Case Opinion