What in-house counsel are doing to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation

Lawyers at Apple, Dell and PayPal on the strategies they are using to get ready for GDPR

With the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) set to go into effect in less than a year, companies and in-house counsel have been considering the implications – and the massive potential fines – for some time now.

But with the May 2018 date looming, what are legal departments doing to prepare? At the Association of Corporate Counsel’s annual meeting, in-house counsel offered some of their strategies used to get ready for GDPR requirements.

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