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16 May.
2013

BREAKFAST BRIEFING - EU DATA REFORM: DATA PROTECTION AS A PRINCIPLE OF GOVERNANCE

Wildgen, Partners in Law, has the pleasure of inviting you to its coming Breakfast Briefing organised at its premises on 16 May from 8.30 to 10.00.

A year ago, on 25 January 2012, the European Commission released draft amendments to the European data protection framework. The proposed directive and regulation aim at increasing harmonisation and applying general principles of personal data protection while continuing to respect specificities in the field.

In today’s economy, focus on data protection is of increasing importance and, although this reform is not yet finalised, we can expect a substantial impact on corporate organisations and for data processors.

Due to the importance of the reform, Emmanuelle Ragot, Head of IP/TMT at Wildgen, will lead a series of breakfast briefings presentations on data protection, giving an overview of the main points to be affected by the proposed amendments.

The Breakfast Briefing will be held in English and will take place on 16 May 2013 at Wildgen's premises.

PRACTICAL DETAILS:

Date and time: Thursday 16 May 2013
        8.30 Welcome coffee
        9.00 - 10.00 Presentation & discussion

Further information: marketing [at] wildgen.lu - +352 40 49 60 205

Attendance is free of charge. Seats are limited.
Limited parking spaces are available on site or on meters nearby. The nearest car park is "Parking des Martyrs 'Rousegaertchen'", a 2-minute walk from our premises.

If this date is not convenient to you, please note that Breakfast Briefings are organised on a monthly basis. Thus, do not hesitate to contact us should you be interested in attending a future session.

Wildgen's Breakfast Briefings are interactive sessions, dedicated to a restricted group of people and delivered by industry legal experts sharing need-to-know information.

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