The new standard contractual clauses – in practice
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Understanding theory and using it in a practical way
The new standard contractual clauses (SCC) provide companies with a legal structure that helps them design and present data transfers to third countries (e.g., the U.S.) in a way that complies with data protection requirements. In addition to the four modules on
Controller-to-controller transfers (Module 1)
Controller-to-processor transfers (Module 2)
Processor-to-processor transfers (Module 3)
Processor-to-controller transfers (module 4)
there are now also various appendices to be processed. Since the entire structure is very theoretical and legal, we offer you concrete assistance in this seminar. Our expert in the seminar will explain the legal requirements and present operational solutions so that you can meet the legal requirements.
Seminar for practitioners
Especially the practical implementation of the new requirements within three months is difficult for many companies. We help you to design the SCC that suits you and to fulfill your compliance.
Alexander Forssman is an industrial clerk and lawyer specializing in IT & Internet law, data protection and eCommerce as well as corporate law and negotiation management. After studying law in Munich and New York, Mr. Forssman initially worked as an assistant to the board of directors in an insurance group and then moved to an internationally active software company, where he held various positions (most recently: "Vice President & General Counsel"). For more than a decade now, he has been accompanying established companies as well as start-ups as a lawyer on topics such as data protection, e-commerce, social media and compliance and helps to lead deadlocked negotiations to success. Alexander Forssman is a lecturer on various specialist topics and is a visiting lecturer at Aalen University (IT law) and Bavarian Business School (cyber security).