International Privacy

Arnall Golden Gregory's International Privacy Practice is comprised of attorneys with extensive experience and expertise in international privacy law. Our attorneys represent multinational companies handling personal information that are seeking counsel on compliance with the broad variety of international privacy requirements in different countries.

The International Privacy Practice has represented clients in privacy matters arising from the European Union Data Protection Directive, the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Data Act (PIPEDA), the German Federal Data Protection Act, the Australian Privacy Act, the U.K. Data Protection Act, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Privacy Framework, and other international privacy laws and requirements. The team has advised clients on how to remain in compliance with applicable laws when transferring personal information internationally, such as obtaining customer consent or establishing adequate data security standards. Our attorneys have successfully assisted a number of clients with completion of the Department of Commerce’s Safe Harbor application process. The team also has expertise in advising clients on the collection, use and maintenance of biometrics information internationally, as well as advising clients on international background screening requirements.

The International Privacy Practice has extensive experience in international privacy developments. In addition to advising clients on current international requirements, AGG’s team remains current on international privacy developments, such as proposed legislation, and is able to advise clients on such developments on an ongoing basis.

AGG supports its legal services with multilingual legal professionals, employing attorneys from Russia, Germany, India and Argentina and attorneys and paralegals fluent in Russian, German, Spanish, Hindi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Mandarin & Cantonese, Ukrainian, Italian, French, Romanian and Yoruba.