Data Privacy and Security Attorney Joe Dickinson Discusses GDPR Misconceptions Among U.S. Businesses

By Kelly J. Rooney, J.D., M.P.H.
Wolters Kluwer, Health Law Daily

Effective May 25, 2018, GDPR will grant E.U. citizens greater control over their personal data and provide consistent rules to which U.S. businesses must abide. In the Wolters Kluwer article, “Strategic Perspectives: The clock is ticking… Does your organization need to worry about GDPR compliance?” author Kelly J. Rooney delves into European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Compliance with this new law is not limited to E.U. countries, and many businesses, including U.S. companies, are unclear if and how GDPR will apply to them.

Smith Anderson Partner Joe Dickinson, leader of the firm’s Data Use, Privacy and Security practice, provides insights into how GDPR may affect U.S. businesses and their handling of personal data, especially in the data-heavy health care industry.

Read the full Wolters Kluwer article here.

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