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Application of EU Data Protection Laws in Australia

  • 02 Jul 2018
  • 17:30 - 19:30
  • Bird & Bird, at Level 11, 68 Pitt Street, Sydney

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Please join us on Monday evening, 02 JULY 2018,  at the offices of Bird & Bird at Level 11, 68 Pitt Street Sydney for an update on recently changed data protection laws in the EU, which is likely to affect many Australian businesses. Drinks and food will be served from 5:30 pm for a seminar start time of 6:00pm.


The EU General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) contains new data protection requirements which came into effect last month. Australian businesses with an establishment in the EU, that offer goods and services in the EU, or that monitor the behaviour of individuals in the EU, may need to comply.

In this seminar the presenters will outline some of the key elements of the GDPR, and why it is relevant to businesses in Australia.


About the Presenters


Lisa Vanderwal is a Special Counsel in Bird & Bird's Sydney office.  Lisa has considerable experience in privacy and data protection, and is highly regarded for her practical advice on privacy practices and compliance.  Supported by the Bird & Bird global network she has been advising on the application of the GDPR to Australian businesses, including sub-processor agreements under Article 28 of the GDPR. Lisa has recently presented a series of seminars on Australia's data breach regime within Australia as well as in Hong Kong and Shanghai and has been actively involved in assessing and advising on data breaches. 


Gabe Maldoff is an associate in Bird & Bird's Privacy and Data Protection Group, based in London.  He advises on GDPR implementation, cross-border data transfers and the privacy implications of emerging technologies. Gabe is a member of the Arbitration Panel for the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework, and is an IAPP-certified information privacy professional.  Gabe writes and speaks widely on issues related to data protection both in the UK and the US.


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