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3. December 2020
3. December 2020, 12:00
Via Zoom

M2M-Workshop: Legal Day #2

Dear members,

we cordially invite you to our remote Legal Day on 3 December. In its ruling of 16.07.2020, the European Court of Justice declared the EU Commission’s implementing decision on the so-called “EU-US Privacy Shield” to be invalid. The ruling has – as it does not provide for a transitional period – created a completely new data protection situation. Companies that transfer personal data (by whatever means) to the USA are now faced with the question of the extent to which data processing is permitted in the USA.

At the Legal Day of InsurLab Germany, selected experts will share their assessment with you and also show you practical ways to deal with the situation created by the ECJ. Accompany us this morning on a journey from the problem definition to the first approaches to a solution in this special situation.

The following exciting speakers await you:

Marc Voses (USA) and Dr. Henning Schaloske (GER), Clyde & Co, Law Firm
Franz König, BLD, Law Firm
Claes Horsmann, IBM, Technology
Tim Platner, Legal Data Tech, Legal Tech Company
Dr. Werner Schäfke-Zell, Caladan, Consulting for Compliance, Risk & Governance

The agenda is as follows:

09:30          Open Doors
09:35           Introduction of the speakers
09:50          Context and classification of the decision of the ECJ, Franz König, BLD
10:10           Dealing with the legal situation by IBM as Cloud Service Provider and presentation of tools (e.g. “bring your own key”), Claes Horsmann, IBM
10:30          Scope for action on the legally secure use of US service providers against the background of the ECJ decision, Dr. Werner Schäfke-Zell, Caladan
10:50         Art. 82 DSGVO – Compensation for pain and suffering after data protection violations? The expensive legal consequences for start-ups and insurers due to new legal-tech models based on Practical examples, Tim Platner, Legal Data Tech
11:10          A US perspective: Data protection cross border going forward, Marc Voses (New York City) and Dr Henning Schaloske (Düsseldorf), Clyde & Co
11.30          Panel discussion incl. Q&A of the audience
12:00         End