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Major Barrier to E-Commerce in Middle East and North Africa is Fear about Data Security

Posted in Articles, E-Commerce

In a recent article published by Law 360, Proskauer litigation associate Courtney Bowman outlines how companies can make inroads in the e-commerce market in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).  Although often overlooked, the region’s relative wealth and level of internet penetration make its more stable areas attractive markets for those companies willing to… Continue Reading

Is the Flap Over Microsoft Emails in Ireland Overblown?

Posted in Articles, Electronic Communications

Corporate Counsel published an article authored by Nolan Goldberg, Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property and Technology, concerning the recent decision compelling Microsoft to produce e-mails located on foreign servers. The article, entitled “Is the Flap Over Microsoft Emails in Ireland Overblown?”, provides a counter-point to critics who believe that Judge Preska’s Order will have broad implications… Continue Reading

Jeremy Mittman Quoted by Law360 and Politico on International Privacy Matters

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An article published by Law360 last week quoted Jeremy Mittman, co-Chair of Proskauer’s International Privacy Group and a member of the firm’s International Labor Group, on the data protection reform legislation recently passed by European Parliament and the difficulties multinational companies face to comply with both EU and U.S. privacy laws. Jeremy was again solicited to comment… Continue Reading

Standing in Data Breach Litigation

Posted in Articles, Data Breaches

In a world full of electronic information (not to mention hackers and identity thieves), data breaches—the loss, theft, or unauthorized access to data—are a reality for companies that collect and store personal information. Breaches can occur in myriad ways: a hacker gains access to a database or an unencrypted laptop is stolen, to name but… Continue Reading

The Right To Be Forgotten

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On 25 January 2012, the European Commission published a proposed new data protection framework for the E.U. The new framework, unlike the current one, is to provide a consistent and harmonised set of rules for all 27 E.U. member states. One of the main objectives of the new framework is to better ensure that individuals know… Continue Reading