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CHARLESTON, S.C.—Womble Carlyle attorney Belton Zeigler will discuss the EU Privacy Shield and Brexit impact data regulation for U.S. companies and what they can do to prepare at an upcoming Charleston Women in International Trade (CWIT) event.
Zeigler will be joined by Blackbaud counsel (and Womble Carlyle alum) Cameron Stoll in the discussion, which takes place Monday, Oct. 24th in Charleston.
For more on Brexit, click here for a 12-part Post-Brexit Panel Discussion video series, featuring attorneys from Womble Carlyle and Bond Dickinson.
Belton Zeigler brings more than 30 years of experience in industrial and infrastructure matters to Womble Carlyle’s Privacy and Data Protection Team efforts. He practices in the firm’s Columbia, S.C. office