Robinson Bradshaw

Topic: data privacy

EU Adopts New Privacy Shield for Data Transfers to U.S.

Back in April, we reported on some new developments in European Union law that have implications for the life sciences industry. One of these developments was in the privacy area—the final approval of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR will have enormous significance for medical research and practice, since it will […]

How Privacy Law Affects Medical and Scientific Research

Over the last five or so years my law practice has focused increasingly on privacy law, both domestic and international. In hindsight, this was a predictable outcome: as an intellectual property lawyer, many of my clients do business on the Internet or are engaged in scientific research and development, with many of the latter in […]

Big Changes Coming in EU Privacy Law

The European Union is about to make major changes in its privacy law that will have a significant impact on U.S. companies that do even modest amounts of business in Europe. On January 25, 2011, the European Commission (the EU’s executive branch) released a long-awaited Draft Regulation on the Protection of Individuals with Regard to […]