Data Protection

Foreign Data Protection Laws: Greater Impact on U.S. Discovery than Foreign Blocking Statutes

Litigants are increasingly relying on foreign data protection laws – especially new laws in China and the European Union – to resist discovery requests from courts in the United States. Historically, U.S. courts do not limit discovery just because the production of the requested materials or information would violate foreign laws. So far, as Bill…

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Vanderbilt Law School
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UC Davis School of Law
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Cornell Law School
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University of North Carolina School of Law
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NYU School of Law
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Vanderbilt Law School
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Georgetown University Law Center
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The Human Trafficking Legal Center
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The Human Trafficking Legal Center
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Emory University School of Law
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Emory University School of Law
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New York University School of Law
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University of Virginia School of Law
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NYU School of Law
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