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The Baker Hostetler Privacy and Data Protection Team has published a comprehensive guide to the data privacy laws in countries around the world.  The International Compendium of Data Privacy Laws summarizes the civil, criminal, and regulatory data breach and other privacy laws of more than 40 countries.

 

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Although not class action-related, I consider it newsworthy that my firm has decided to enter the 21st century by formally sponsoring a blog. See the excerpt and link  below to the firm’s full press release announcing the latest addition to the AmLaw 200 blogosphere.  Welcome to China-U.S. Trade Law!

Baker Hostetler’s International Trade Practice, led by Dr. Elliot J. Feldman has launched the “China-U.S. Trade Law” blog which will feature developments in U.S. international trade law, with a focus on issues of particular concern to Chinese producers, exporters and government officials.

http://www.bakerlaw.com/baker-hostetler-launches-china-us-trade-law-blog-08-10-2009/

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If you’re interested in following international developments in class action law, there are a couple of upcoming ABA CLE programs that might be of interest.  Unfortunately, the are both scheduled for the same weekend, so you’ll have to choose:

The 12th Annual National Institute on Class Actions is scheduled for November 7 at the New York Marriott Downtown Hotel.  In addition to a variety of interesting topics including the impact of the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA), and developments in consumer class actions, the program will conclude with a panel discussion about the globalization of the class action marketplace.

That same weekend in the Biltmore Hotel in Miami, the ABA International Law section and International Bar Association are co-sponsoring a conference entitled The Next Big Wave in Cross-Border Litigation.  The conference will kick off with a presentation on mass litigation in the developing world.

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