Monthly Archives: July 2020

28 U.S.C. § 1782 discovery

What constitutes a “foreign or international tribunal” and whether that term includes private commercial arbitrations conducted outside the United States? On July 8, 2020, the US Court of Appeals for Second Circuit addressed that very question in a matter captioned In re Application and Petition of Hanwei Guo as reported by Mayer|Brown The Second Circuit’s [...]

From noyb.eu (Schrems): steps for EU companies

Following from the CJEU’s judgment on EU-US data transfers (SchremsII), Schrems has posted comprehensive steps and FAQs on noyb.eu. I tweeted the news on 24th July 2020: From #Schrems & https://t.co/c7eI7oxpgT – Next Steps for EU companies & FAQs https://t.co/GPsRPP03L7 — cher devey (@datachainrisk) July 24, 2020

International data transfer

I just browsed #Schrems on my twitter streams. We now have a sequel to SchremsI – SchremsII came into force on 16 July 2020. Never a dull day when it comes to human rights and fundamental freedoms especially when such inalienable rights shine as actionable rights against other ‘rights’. The CJEU’s judgment and the press [...]