Tag Archives: Data Protection

EY survey: Singapore, global companies unprepared for GDPR data privacy compliance

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Intensifying regulatory pressures are top of mind for business leaders, with 70% of Singapore respondents (global 78%) expressing increasing concern about data protection and data privacy compliance. This is according to the third biennial EY Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey, which examined the responses of 745 executives from 19 countries (including 40 from Singapore) and […]

PwC Launches On-Demand Flexible Lawyering Service for Clients

PwC Launches On-Demand Flexible Lawyering Service for Clients

PwC has launched a new flexible lawyering service as part of its ‘New Law’ offering for large in-house legal teams. The new service, dubbed Flexible Legal Resources, will help clients with their staffing needs by providing temporary lawyers for in-house teams during abnormal spikes in workload. They expects the service to be used by clients requiring increased resources for tasks such as large-scale […]

Japan and China: New Data Protection and Transfer Laws Imminent in Asia Pacific

Japan and China: New Data Protection and Transfer Laws Imminent in Asia Pacific

The global e-discovery community is abuzz about data protection. 2018 will usher in new data protection and transfer laws in the European Union (EU), but many e-discovery professionals are less informed about similar changes in Asia that will imminently take place in 2017. Japan: Land of the Rising Sun Japan’s Act on the Protection of […]