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STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER CONTRIBUTES TO THE IR GLOBAL VIRTUAL SERIES PUBLICATION ON THE GDPR

31.10.2017

Astrea partner Steven De Schrijver has contributed as the Belgian expert to the IR Global GDPR Virtual Series publication “Countdown to GDPR: Tackling the challenge of new data protection laws in the EU”.

On 25 May 2018, the European Union’s new General Data Protection (GDPR) will enter into force. In its Virtual Series publication on the GDPR, IR Global aims to highlight the profound level of impact this new legislation will have on IR Global members and their clients.

The publication gathers advice from 9 data protection experts from a variety of jurisdictions (Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Italy, UK, USA, Luxembourg, Sweden and France), sharing their expertise and offering a unique perspective from their respective jurisdictions on the new GDPR legislation.

Read here the full Virtual Series publication on the GDPR.

STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER CONTRIBUTES TO THE IR GLOBAL VIRTUAL SERIES PUBLICATION ON THE GDPR

Astrea partner Steven De Schrijver has contributed as the Belgian expert to the IR Global GDPR Virtual Series publication “Countdown to GDPR: Tackling the challenge of new data protection laws in the EU”.

On 25 May 2018, the European Union’s new General Data Protection (GDPR) will enter into force. In its Virtual Series publication on the GDPR, IR Global aims to highlight the profound level of impact this new legislation will have on IR Global members and their clients.

The publication gathers advice from 9 data protection experts from a variety of jurisdictions (Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Italy, UK, USA, Luxembourg, Sweden and France), sharing their expertise and offering a unique perspective from their respective jurisdictions on the new GDPR legislation.

Read here the full Virtual Series publication on the GDPR.