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FATCA: Is privacy catching up? A lesson from recent court cases

Posted on 5 January 2022

Filippo Noseda and Adam Rose discuss the latest developments in the recent FATCA and CRS court cases and what they mean for individuals' data privacy rights.

Interviewed by Eleanor Chuck, Filippo and Adam also give us an overview of the case they are leading on for Jenny, a US-born, UK resident who has become well-known for her ongoing challenge to the way the UK has allowed her personal financial data to be shared with the US authorities, under FATCA.

Mishcon de Reya is the first law firm in Europe to initiate legal proceedings against FATCA and the CRS and has a deep understanding of the interaction between automatic information exchange systems and the broader data protection angle. 

Click here to follow the developments in our proceedings or/and learn more about Jenny's case.


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