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The intersection of US litigation and EU data privacy laws


Organisations that may become involved in US litigation should consider potential obligations to retain, review and produce documents when drafting privacy policies and notices, Laura Hall of Allen & Overy writes.

Companies with operations in the EU are increasingly finding that the broad scope of discovery in litigation in the United States is in conflict with their obligations under laws implementing the EU Data Privacy Directive.

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