Tag archives: M&A

The aftermath of an incident – business considerations surrounding record-keeping

innovation circuit boardIn our previous publication, we discussed the legal obligations and procedural considerations surrounding maintaining records of privacy incidents. While the specific obligations vary by jurisdiction, maintaining some form of a record that tracks privacy incidents is a statutory obligation for private-sector organizations subject to Quebec, Alberta, or federal laws. Organizations should also be aware of … Continue reading

Where data meets IP – Derivative data in M&A transactions

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogWith the growth of the high-tech industry worldwide, it is no surprise that more and more transactions involve the transfer of rights to access or control data and derivative data. In our previous update we discussed protecting business data in a commercial context. In the M&A context, this valuable information is either the driving force of … Continue reading

Recent Developments from Our Sister Blogs

Data protection and privacy issues frequently intersect with other areas of the law. In addition to the Data Protection Report, Norton Rose Fulbright publishes other blogs covering important legal developments across the globe. These blogs sometimes touch on issues that may be of interest to our readers. As a service to our readers, we highlight … Continue reading
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