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U.S. Court Allows Video Deposition Over EU Deponent’s Privacy Objections

A U.S. court has recently ruled that an EU citizen’s privacy rights and the GDPR do not trump a U.S. litigant’s right to obtain discovery, including video-taped depositions.  A federal magistrate denied an EU citizen’s motion for protective order, holding that the deponent could not rely on EU privacy law to withhold consent to a duly-noted video-recorded deposition scheduled to take place in London.

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