Privacy Shield Breakfast Discussion with the Commerce Department's Justin Antonipillai
The Paul Hastings Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology present a breakfast discussion with Justin Antonipillai, U.S. Commerce Department, addressing the latest developments in the Privacy Shield.
How can use of the Privacy Shield help U.S. companies transfer personal data from the E.U. to the U.S?
How is it different from the Safe Harbor Agreement?
What is the current status of the Privacy Shield? When will it enterinto force?
Mr. Antonipillai serves as Counselor to Secretary Penny Pritzker, with the Delegated Duties of the Under Secretary for Economic Affairs. He has played a key role in a number of the Department's top priorities, including co-leading the United States negotiating team in reaching agreement on the new E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield with the European Commission, and on the issues of privacy, cybersecurity and encryption, and a number of other digital economic issues.
Justin AntonipillaiCounselor, Delegated Duties of Under Secretary of Economic AffairsDepartment of Commerce
Paul SchwartzJefferson E. Peyer Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of LawSpecial Advisor, Paul Hastings
Ashley WintonPartner, Privacy and Cybersecurity PracticePaul Hastings - London
Tom CountsCo-chair, Privacy and Cybersecurity PracticePaul Hastings - San Francisco
Please register by Monday June 6, 2016
Event ContactMelanie Petersonmelaniepeterson@paulhastings.com202.551.1299