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Tip of the Month, July 2011 - Managing International Data Privacy Concerns in E-Discovery

29 July 2011
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Scenario An international organization with offices in both the United States and France is sued in the United States for fraud. Much of the data relevant to the US litigation is located on centralized servers in France, although the data can be accessed by individuals in the United States. The organization is unsure whether or how it can produce that data in the US litigation without running afoul of France’s data privacy laws and blocking statute.
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