Bloomberg Law In-House Forum Examines Navigating Data Laws & AI Challenges

March Event Features Fireside Discussion with Maximilian Schrems, founder of NOYB (None of Your Business)

ARLINGTON, VA — Bloomberg Law today announced that its annual In-House Forum will be held virtually on Wednesday, March 13, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:15p.m. ET. The CLE-eligible event will focus on the changing world of consumer privacy, including new laws and frameworks and challenges around AI and machine learning applications. Registration for the event, Global Privacy Dynamics: Navigating Data Laws & AI Challenges, is available at

The forum kicks off with a keynote fireside chat with Maximilian Schrems, founder of NOYB (None of Your Business), a privacy enforcement platform that brings data protection cases to the courts under the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Schrems legal actions led to two major landmark decisions by the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU), named Schrems I and Schrems II, that each invalidated the legal base for data transfers between the EU and the U.S. at that time. He currently engages in lawsuits that could lead to the fall of the latest EU-US Data Privacy Framework. Max will discuss privacy concerns around cross-border data transfers and where he sees future developments go.

This will be followed by a panel discussion exploring the new EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF) and key requirements organizations must fulfill to participate. Panelists will examine the future of standard contractual clauses (SCCs) and discuss the considerations and steps involved in transitioning to international privacy policies compliant with the new framework, providing practitioner guidance on how to stay compliant when transferring consumer data globally.

A second panel will examine the implications of AI, machine learning, and automated decision-making on consumer privacy rights and what companies need to consider to ensure compliance with current and future regulations. Panelists will share pending regulations under the CCPA and the EU AI Act’s privacy implications, providing insights into the impact of AI on privacy practices required by these regulations, including notice and consent, transparency, opt-out rights, and a host of related data subject rights.

Closing out the event is a conversation with Jennifer M. Urban, the board chairperson of the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA). She will discuss the latest draft regulations published by the CPPA for new protections for consumers around the use of data and automated decision-making technology including AI. Urban will provide insights on the details of the regulatory framework and the timeline for enacting these regulations.

“AI and machine learning have major implications for consumer privacy and it’s vital that organizations and their legal counsel keep a keen eye on this developing landscape,” said Joe Breda, president, Bloomberg Law. “The Bloomberg Law In-House Forum will provide practitioners with valuable insights into the myriad of AI-related privacy considerations surrounding consumer rights and strategies for handling them.”

Additional speakers include:

  • Edward Britan, Senior Vice President, Global Privacy and Marketing Legal, Salesforce
  • Erika Brown Lee, Managing Director & General Counsel, Global Data Privacy, Citigroup
  • Derek Care, Senior Director, Privacy & Cybersecurity Legal, Uber
  • Jane Horvath, Partner, Gibson Dunn
  • Jo Ann Davaris, Chief Privacy Officer, Global Privacy, Booking Holdings
  • Katherine Fick, Associate General Counsel, Privacy + AI, IBM
  • Kristin Johnston, Associate General Counsel, AI, Privacy, and Security, Afiniti
  • Renato Leite Monteiro, Global Data Protection Officer, X (Twitter)

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