Tips From Google, Chase and P&G Privacy Officers on Developing Strong Privacy Leadership and When to Use Outside Counsel

In-house privacy attorneys are constantly challenged to keep abreast of changing legal and regulatory requirements, obtain and maintain executive support, and work with internal stakeholders and outside counsel in economically viable ways. At a recent PLI event, privacy counsel from Google, JPMorgan Chase and Proctor & Gamble Company offered insight on the challenges that come with their roles, how privacy programs have grown, how they can be managed well despite the speed of change and how in-house lawyers can best work both with outside counsel and internal business teams. See also “Strategies for In-House Counsel Responsible for Privacy and Data Security” (Feb. 22, 2017).

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