Scott Warren, a Partner in our Japan and China offices, will chair and speak at the Thailand & SE Asia 5th International Arbitration & Corporate Crime Summit on March 14, 2024 at the Rembrandt Hotel & Suites in Bangkok. 

Scott’s presentation is entitled Everything, Everywhere, All the Time: How Digital Data Regulations Affect Everything from Cross-Border Investigations, Disputes, Data Breach Response and AI, discussing how the increasing regulations governing the use of digital data affects it use.

As countries increasingly limit the transfer of personal data across border, doing so for investigations, disputes and cyber matters has significantly become complex.  For example, China’s data privacy laws restrict personal data export for such matters unless it is approved by the Chinese government.  And in the US, President Biden’s latest Executive Order may affect the ability to export certain US personal information to places like China and other ‘countries of concern’. There are also some practical cross-cultural issues that often arise in handling digital data when conducting cross-border investigations matter involving digital data. In the meantime, there are rising concerns over data privacy issues in the use and output generated in AI platforms.  These and other related topics are slated for discussion. 

Complimentary seating is available for in-house and general counsel.  If you are interested in attending this in-person event, please see: Thailand & SE Asia: 5th International Arbitration & Corporate Crime Summit – Legal Plus Asia (