Readership: Academics, regulators and policy-makers working in the areas of data protection law, transnational private regulation, Better Regulation, corporate social responsibility and private international law in the UK and Europe. Private and in-house lawyers, including privacy officers.
Lokke Moerel, Partner, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek
Lokke Moerel is a Partner at the international law firm De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, and chairs its global data privacy and security practice. She provides strategic advice to multinationals on their global ICT compliance. She leads the working group from which the Chief Privacy Officers of the leading Dutch multinationals developed their Binding Corporate Rules. Lokke teaches global ICT law at Tilburg University, is a member of the OECD Volunteer Expert Group, evaluating the OECD Privacy Principles, and arbitrator and mediator with WIPO and the Dutch institute for ICT disputes.
"BCR, Corporate Regulation of Global Data Transfers adds a thoughtful and insightful voice to the discussion relating to BCRs. Companies, lawyers and regulators will find this book an essential source if BCRs are to become more more widely used." - Miriam H. Wugmeister, Morrison & Foerster LLP
"Not only does this book offer an insightful analysis of the problems that export of personal data poses for companies, it also places high valuable markers for the decisions that must be taken by lawyers in advising their clients on international data transfer. In offering many relevant recommendations as to how transfer of personal data and more in particular the instrument of BCR should develop, the book will be a highly valuable
source for legal practitioners, policy makers and researchers seeking to understand the legal requirements and possibilities of exporting personal data to other countries, within the European Union as well as worldwide." - Corien Prins
2: Binding Corporate Rules: An Overview
3: The Worldwide Data Protection Regulatory Landscape
4: Trends and Developments in the Legal Landscape
5: Trends and Developments in Multinational Corporate Practice
6: Implementation of Self-Regulation
7: BCR and Contract Law
8: BCR and EU Rules of Private International Law
9: BCR and the 'Accountability Principle'
10: BCR as a Form of Transnational Private Regulation
11: BCR and Corporate Social Responsibility
Appendix I: Overview of Recommendations to EU legislators
Appendix II: BCR for Employee Data
Appendix III: BCR for Customer Data