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Cyber Security and Data Protection in the Resolution of Transatlantic Disputes

Brought to you by Y-ADR and DIS40

As a CPR membership benefit,
CPR members can access a recorded version of this event here:

An increasingly complex web of cyber security, data protection, and export control laws and regulations are posing new challenges and affecting the way in which we resolve transatlantic disputes.  In particular, practitioners and companies on both sides of the Atlantic are growing increasingly concerned about the impact of these laws in the conduct of arbitration proceedings.  At this event, organized jointly by CPR Y-ADR and DIS40, and supported by the CPR European Advisory Board, a panel of distinguished practitioners and in-house counsel discussed the practical implications and shared tips on how to best handle disputes in light of the multiplicity of laws and regulations applicable in the fields of cyber security, data protection and export control. This event was held live in Shearman & Sterling’s Frankfurt office on March 6, 2019, and featured: 

  • Olivier P. André | Senior Vice President, International – International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR) & Member of the ICCA-CPR-NYCBA Working Group on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration
  • Dr. Markus Altenkirch LL.M. | Baker & McKenzie Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwalten und Steuerberatern mbB & DIS40 Co-Chair
  • Vanessa Alarcon Duvanel | White & Case & Secretary to CPR European Advisory Board
  • Hugh Carlson | Three Crowns & Member of CPR Cybersecurity Task Force and of the ICCA-IBA Joint Task Force on Data Protection in International Arbitration
  • Jeremy Hannah | Senior Counsel, Litigation – GE Power & CPR European Advisory Board Member
  • Elizabeth Hincapié H., LL.M.| Senior Legal Counsel, Legal & Compliance, Leica Camera AG
  • Yael Ribco | Shearman & Sterling LLP (Our Moderator)
  • Dr. Lukas Schultze-Moderow | Gleiss Lutz

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