Merck & Co. recently became the first company to achieve simultaneous approval for its cross-border data transfer strategies through binding corporate rules (BCRs) under principles of the European Union and the cross-border privacy rules (CBPR) process under principles of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation region.  Subscribers to Law360 learned how Merck achieved this goal in an article by Hilary Wandall, Merck’s chief privacy officer, and Covington partner Dan Cooper yesterday, and that article is now available on the Covington website here.

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Henriette (“Jetty”) Tielemans is co-chair of the firm’s Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group and a member of the European Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).  Ms. Tielemans was selected by the European Commission in Brussels to join the…

Henriette (“Jetty”) Tielemans is co-chair of the firm’s Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group and a member of the European Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).  Ms. Tielemans was selected by the European Commission in Brussels to join the five member team of the Commission’s expert group on privacy (GEXPD group).  She advises multinationals on all aspects of data privacy and data security at the EU and Member State level, and has assisted several companies with their compliance and international data transfer issues.