Webinar: The Nuts and Bolts of Privacy Law and EU/EEA Data Transfer
July 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 Participatory MCLE Credits
EU Part Controller/Data Exporter and US Part of the Processor/Data Importer: Standard Contractual Clauses and their implementation, Schrems II, Transfer Impact Assessment, obligation measures, practical experience and outlook (Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework).
Speakers: Axel Von dem Bussche and Lorenzo Robleto
Axel Von dem Bussche
Axel von dem Bussche is a specialist lawyer for information technology in the practice area Technology, Media & Telecoms. He assists clients in national and international data protection projects and is an absolute IT law and GDPR expert.
With his considerable years of experience and outstanding expertise, he routinely guides clients from the technology sector through complex international transactions, contract drafting and regulatory issues. Axel is an accomplished data protection and GDPR expert. He supports corporate groups with the transformation to digital and global business models and also conducts negotiations with the responsible regulatory authorities.
Axel von dem Bussche is a member of the Management Board of Taylor Wessing Germany.
Lorenzo is the Legal Director, Head of Privacy, at DoorDash where he leads the company’s privacy team. His team’s responsibilities include incorporating privacy into new business initiatives, developing controls that align with domestic and international privacy laws, and partnering with the company’s cybersecurity team.
He was previously Privacy Counsel Senior Manager reporting to the SVP of Worldwide Privacy (former FTC Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour) at Herbalife, where he managed a US Privacy team and regional privacy liaisons. Prior to that, Lorenzo was the first in-house counsel at Inflection (now a Checkr company), a data and technology company. There, he worked cross-functionally with data scientists, engineers, and product teams to implement a privacy-by-design strategy.
While in law school, Lorenzo became the first legal intern for Yahoo’s Washington D.C. Government Affairs Team and focused on addressing the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. He also interned with the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office where he researched and advised on police-worn body cameras.
Lorenzo is a certified privacy professional and graduated from the University of San Francisco where his privacy focus earned him a certificate in Intellectual Property & Technology Law. He also sits on the Board of Juma Ventures, a nonprofit social enterprise that aims to break the cycle of poverty for youth.