Navigating Cross-border Challenges Relating to HR Data Protection and Employee Right to Work Compliance (Presented by Squire Patton Boggs)
With the implementation of new regulations involving the handling of “HR data” across the US and EU, transatlantic employers can expect to face unique challenges as they make efforts to incorporate these new regulations with existing procedures. In the coming months, managing data subject rights and business obligations that apply to HR data will be of the utmost importance for those involved in managing employees, hiring new talent, maintaining legal compliance, and/or overseeing a company’s overall operations. The BABC has joined forces with the legal experts at Squire Patton Boggs to provide insights through a one-stop-shop webinar on the pitfalls of hiring globally and the privacy/compliance matters related thereto.
The panelists will address the following:
How the UK and EU GDPR and data protection authorities impact US organizations, including inter-company and cross-border access and transfers;
January 1, 2023 implementation of the full HR data requirements under the California Consumer Privacy Act, including data subject access rights;
Steps employers can take to safeguard HR data, manage data subject requests and prepare for enforcement actions;counci
Overview of US and UK employment verification and right to work compliance and interplay with employee data protection.
Gregory Wald’s experience includes representing multinational and Fortune 500 companies and individual clients in all aspects of immigration law, including non-immigrant visas and immigrant matters regarding multinational executives and managers, individuals of extraordinary ability and professionals.
Alan L. Friel is chair of the firm’s global Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice. In 2022, BTI Consulting Group named Alan a Client Service All-Star, recognizing lawyers who stand above all others in delivering the absolute best in client service.
Alan is a thought leader in digital media, intellectual property, data privacy and protection, and consumer protection law, with three decades of relevant experience to address the intersection of law and technology.
Michael Kelly, Partner, San Francisco Squire Patton Boggs
Michael Kelly has experience in employment litigation, counseling, collective bargaining and arbitration. His practice includes state and federal employment litigation regarding wage and hour issues, age and disability discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation.
Annabel Mace is a partner specialising in all aspects of employment and immigration law and leads our UK Business Immigration team (part of our Labour & Employment Practice Group). She has more than 18 years' experience in advising businesses across a range of sectors with in-depth expertise in the employment and immigration aspects of bringing staff to the UK.
David Naylor leads our UK Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets practice and is one of the industry’s leading specialists in the converging areas of technology, data, digital media, intellectual property and privacy. A world-class roster of clients turns to David for support in high-value commercial transactions, technology transfer and licensing, and business-critical data privacy regulatory matters.
Navigating Cross-border Challenges Re...
Date and Time
Wednesday Oct 12, 2022 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM PDT
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