One of the business-friendly improvements promised by the GDPR is a ‘one stop shop’ regulatory interface facility to benefit companies doing business across multiple EU jurisdictions.

If you are attending IAPP’s Europe Data Protection Congress,  please stop by Copper Hall at 9:15 am on Thursday, November 9th to learn if the promise will be delivered.   Panelists including:

  • Moderator: Monika Kuschewsky, CIPP/E, Partner, Rechtsanwältin, Squire Patton Boggs
  • Romain Robert, Legal Officer, Policy and Consultation, European Data Protection Supervisor
  • Rita Saggar Neu, In-House Counsel, Adama Agriculture B.V.
  • Kimon Zorbas, VP, Government Relations, The Nielsen Company

will discuss the potential benefits and challenges presented by the GDPR’s one-stop-shop provisions. The panel will explore the legal and practical issues that companies, in-house counsel and data protection officers—and national supervisory authorities themselves—will need to consider when evaluating which authority will serve as the lead; the issues and practical implications of that assessment; and how regulatory liaison, consultation, advocacy and enforcement are likely to work in practice when the GDPR becomes enforceable.

 Participants will  take away:

  • An overview of legal and practical issues surrounding the one-stop-shop
  • A checklist of criteria and examples
  • What to do in case your organisation does not qualify for a lead supervisory authority

We hope you will be able to join us.