In a globalized business environment, law firms and their clients routinely leverage data spanning geographic or jurisdictional boundaries. Yet, thanks to ongoing political drama, and increasingly marked shifts around (inter)national (de)regulation and technology, the ability of law firms and corporate law departments to effectively manage data has proven far more arduous than expected. This conversation provides a rigorous take on best practices in interdepartmental, transnational, or trans-jurisdictional data governance across the profession. Our veteran panel will share case studies and lessons learned throughout their distinguished careers.
Erica Gann Kitaev, CIPP, Managing Editor, Privacy & Data Security, Practical Law, Thomson Reuters
Robin Gould-Soil, CIPPC/C, Head of Conduct & Chief Privacy Officer, HSBC Canada
Patricia Kosseim, Counsel, Privacy & Data Management and Co-Lead, Access Privacy, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP; Former Senior General Counsel & Director General, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC)
Jonathan Leibtag, Corporate Counsel, Corporate, External & Legal Affairs, Microsoft Canada Inc.
Daniel Shore, Counsel & Senior Manager of Privacy Compliance, Conversant LLC
Tony Scott, Senior Advisor, Squire Patton Boggs & Former Federal Chief Information Officer, US Government