Introduction: Article 37 of GDPR requires the appointment of a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”). The appointment of a DPO is a critical compliance requirement and recent decisions of the Luxembourg Data Protection Commission (a.k.a the “CNPD”) illustrate the implications of a failure to appoint a DPO, as well as the failure to adhere to GDPR’s [...]
GENERAL GUIDING PRINCIPLES: Modernization of the Luxembourg civil and commercial judicial rules. Revaluations of the court thresholds. The lower courts (“juge de paix”) have jurisdiction in civil and commercial cases for up to EUR 15,000. Restrictions on appeal. All judgments below EUR 2,000 are non-appealable. Procedural changes. Appeals from the lower courts will follow the [...]
Listen to our podcast on EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and China’s newly issued draft Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL).
Episode 41: All about the GDPR & PIPL EU has its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) since 2016 and China issued the draft Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) - what do the 2 have in common? Which companies should take careful notice of this and how? In this episode I found my co-partner Zach Lichtblau in [...]