Overcoming Barriers to Cross-Border Data Flows, Contract Provisions and Other Digital Transformation Issues

“Cross-border data matters because every industry is now data-driven,” Ambassador Robert Holleyman, a partner at Crowell & Moring, observed at a recent program presented by the firm. The panelists explored issues relating to the use and exchange of data in an increasingly interconnected world, including barriers to data flows, five key contract provisions for cross-border agreements and digital advertising and tracking. Along with Holleyman, the program featured Crowell & Moring partners Bryan Brewer and Amy B. Comer, as well as senior counsel Maarten Stassen. See “Reconciling Data Localization Laws and the Global Flow of Information” (Oct. 11, 2017).

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