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Chemical Management – What You Need to Know about TSCA, Compliance, and Business Risk

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

PHILIP E. KARMEL: I am very pleased that Lynn Bergeson was able to find the time to come up from Washington, DC to talk to us this morning about chemicals regulation and TSCA in particular. Lynn is probably the most qualified person in the United States to address us on this topic. She practices law at the firm of Bergeson and Campbell in Washington, DC, and has been involved in the regulation of chemicals for over 25 years. She represents a variety ...

Environmental Due Diligence and Negotiation of Real Estate and Corporate Deals

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

PHIL: Our next two speakers are Maureen Crough and Betty Moy Huber. Maureen is a environmental lawyer in the New York office of Sidley Austin. She and I had a matter together about 10 years ago, where she was just a rock of stability in a very complicated, confusing situation, and it was a pleasure to work with her. She focuses on environmental issues in M&A deals, real estate transactions, also does Superfund and cleanup work at Sidley, and is really ...

Sediment Cleanup and Recent CERCLA Developments

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

DUKE MCCALL: Good afternoon, everyone. I hope at least most of our attendees made it back from lunch. We do have a full afternoon for you, some great topics, great programming. I want to take a brief opportunity as a co-host of this program to make a soft pitch to those we might seek to recruit in the future to participate in our program. And that is, I want to note the Phil graciously agreed to take the dreaded hour before lunch, and I graciously ...

Hot Topics in Clean Air

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

SPEAKER 1: I have the privilege of introducing our final panel for the day. We will be addressing one of the most dynamic and exciting issues in environmental law, and that is air and climate change. We have with us today Clara Poffenberger and Bliss Higgins. Bliss has more in 25 years experience addressing interact issues, including 11 years in the government sector in positions such as Assistant Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Environmental ...

Contract Issues in Cloud Computing Deals

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

JOHN HUTCHINS: OK, our last presentation for the day is by my co-chair, Tanya, who you already know, and Eric Tilds, on some contract issues regarding cloud. So Eric is a Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary for Logicalis, Inc. He oversees the legal affairs of the company, including litigation and acquisition strategy. He also manages governance and compliance for the board of directors, and is responsible for information security ...

The Business Case for Cloud Computing

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

TANYA L FORSHEIT: So with that, since we want to keep ourselves on schedule, what I'm going to do is introduce the first two speakers for you, who are going to be focused on the business case. We start right out with the business case, so we're not even going to get into lots of theoretical legal issues at the outset. We're going to talk about what's really going on day to day in the business and why we're here. So first, Janine Anthony Bowen, who ...

Legal Ethics and the Cloud

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

SPEAKER 1: So next is our ethics panel, and it's not a panel, it's a person-- it's Merri Baldwin. And we intentionally put this ethics presentation right before lunch, instead of right before the end of the day, because if you've ever presented on ethics, and you're at the end of the day, you realize that about half the room empties out. And you definitely don't want to miss this ethics presentation, because Merri Baldwin is our presenter. And Mary ...

Hot Topics in Claim Substantiation

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

TSAN ABRAHAMSON: We're back. Thanks everybody for joining us. We're going to move on to our next panel, which is hot topics in claim substantiation. I'd like to introduce our speakers. Start directly to my-- [INAUDIBLE]. Randi Singer. She is a litigation partner at Weil Gotshal here in New York City and a member of the firm's intellectual property and media practice and its cybersecurity data privacy and information management group. Randi has been ...

Privacy Considerations in Cloud Computing

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

JOHN HUTCHINS: OK, we're going to get restarted. We have a loaded hour coming up, followed by another loaded hour of ethics, so we want to stay on time. We're going to do our privacy panel next. I'm really pleased that we have two really heavy hitters in the world of privacy to talk to us about privacy issues in the cloud. Closest to me is Mary Ellen Callahan. She's the chair of Jenner & Block's privacy and information governance practice. She has ...

Hot Topics and Do’s-Don’ts in Social Media and other Online Marketing Communications

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

FEMALE SPEAKER: Good afternoon, everybody, and welcome back. We're going to get started immediately, in part because we have a lot to cover and in part because we want to keep you awake for the next three panels. I think this next one is really exciting, Hot Topics in Advertising Law-- Trademarking Hashtags. I'm going to introduce our speakers and then we will start right after that. Our first speaker is Joel Schmidt. Joel is a partner at Cowan Liebowitz ...

Advertising Traps for the Unwary

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

ASHIMA DAYAL: So we'll just move on to-- since we have an hour before the next presentation. Thank you again. We've divided this up. We each have a set of slides, and then we're happy to take questions at the end. And just to indicate what the concept of this was-- both Tsan and I sat down and we came up with basically five to 10 questions that we get all the time over the course of the last year. So there's no real structure to this, outside of the ...

Permitting Issues for Wind and Solar Power Plants

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

We're going to get started with the next segment of the program this morning. And I'll be talking about environmental issues for wind and solar energy projects. To start, before we get into some of the grimy details, I've got some photos of projects. This is a 20 turbine wind farm in Wisconsin. A 31 turbine wind farm in Colorado. This is one of 66 turbines at a wind farm in Illinois. One of 45, or several of 45 turbines in Southern California. This ...

Cloud Computing in the Courts: a Consideration of Litigation Issues

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

TANYA FORSHEIT: OK. We are back. Hope everyone had a nice lunch. We've got two very important panels to round out our day. First, litigation, and then, contracts, which, of course, will tie together a lot of the different things we've been talking about. So to introduce one of our next panelists-- you all know John already who will be speaking on litigation. Our other panelist on litigation is Paul Karlsgodt, one of my partners from BakerHostetler. ...

Environmental Common Law, Toxic Tort, and Specialized Waste Management Issues

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

SPEAKER 1: While they are coming to the podium, I will provide brief introductions. We have Anne Lynch and Aaron Goldberg, who will be speaking next. Anne is someone who-- we were discussing at the break-- is actually on the other side of a case that I'm involved with here in New York. It's a case in which I have attempted to maintain a low profile. I'm not sure. I think my cover is now blown. But I have watched her from a distance with admiration ...

Developments in Native Advertising

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

TSAN ABRAHAMSON: Our next topic is "Developments in Native Advertising." I've had the good fortune to see the slides on this. And I was saying to Marc Roth, who will be sitting to my right, you're not only in for a treat, you're in for a speed talk. There are a lot of slides, but they're really fascinating. So for that much ado, I'll introduce Marc first. Marc's a partner at Manatt. He's a partner in the advertising, marketing, and media division. ...

The Ethics of Claim Substantiation

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Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Hi. Welcome Back. I would like to introduce our speakers for the final presentation of the day, and what I think is actually perhaps not the most exciting seeming by title, but it's actually-- we have found, based on reviews in prior years, perhaps the presentation that attendees enjoy the most. So without further ado, I'm going to introduce Randy Shane and Paul Tremblay, who will be the speakers. To my right is Randy. Randy is a partner ...

Cyber Securities Litigation: When Data Breaches Become Fraud Suits

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Recorded on: Jun. 10, 2016

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Mike Stocker. MIKE STOCKER: Thanks, Amy. This is Mike Stocker from Labaton Sucharow. I'd like to start by briefly introducing myself and my co-panelists for today's discussion. My practice at Labaton Sucharow in New York focuses on developing and litigating securities class action lawsuits, mostly on behalf of large institutional investors, state, county, and municipal pension funds, as well ...

The Connected Lawyer and the Ethics Rules

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

LISA SOTTO: All right, I am delighted to actually have a segment on ethics that's going to be really fun. So we all need ethics credits, but Al makes it much more interesting. How could it be boring when we're talking privacy and security? Al Saikali is a partner in the Miami office of Shook Hardy & Bacon, where he founded and he chairs the firm's data privacy and data security practice group. He currently is co-chair of the Sedona Conference's working ...

Mobile Challenges: An Evolving Landscape

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

H. LEIGH FELDMAN: It's great to be here, and good morning to everybody. Hopefully, we'll kick you off with a very nice-- wake you up in the morning here a little bit. So on mobile, you when you think about it, it really encompasses-- a lot of what we do now is privacy practitioners, as everything is moving on to our mobile devices. As we were thinking about the agenda for today, we wanted to talk a little bit about the mobile ecosystem. So it's good ...

Privacy and Data Security Litigation

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

LISA J. SOTTO: All right. Welcome back. After the break I am delighted to introduce my friends and colleagues to talk about developments in litigation. And there have been many. What a year? I think I say that every session. What a year. Really, it's been extraordinary. Matt Morningstar is an executive director and counsel in Morgan Stanley's US litigation department, where he's responsible for managing complex litigation and regulatory matters across ...

Global Privacy & Cybersecurity II: Rest of World

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: OK, I'm going to introduce our new panel. If you were not sufficiently overwhelmed by the 28 member states of the EU, you will be overwhelmed by the hundred and how many other countries in the world that have data protection laws in place. And I know we were all overwhelmed by the EU. So there's so much going on globally. The US looks paltry, looks easy, compared with the rest of the world. So introducing our speakers, Adam Kardash at ...

The Expanding Duty to Provide Security: Trends in Cybersecurity Law

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

LISA J. SOTTO: All right. I am delighted to welcome everybody back for day two. Settle in and we will jump right in today. So I'd like to introduce today the first panel-- I won't be speaking on this first panel. And I am sitting with Austin Berglas, one of my very favorite FBI agents, former. Austin is now the Senior Managing Director and head of the US Cyber Investigations and Incident Response practice at K2 Intelligence. Before joining K2, Austin ...

Privacy and Security Developments in the Workplace

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

Ready? All right, fantastic. We're going to roll right into our next session. And the day's almost over, but stick with us. We have two panels coming up-- this one and one more-- that are just superb. Introducing this panel to talk about workplace privacy issues, Margaret Keane, who has been with us before and is just so much fun to listen to and a stalwart for us. She's a partner in the employment group at DLA Piper. Margaret is based in San Francisco ...

Managing Deal-related Cyber Risk: Due Diligence in M&A Deals and Third Party Service Provider Arrangements

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

LISA SOTTO: Welcome back. I hope you had a nice lunch. We've got a terrific team to help us understand deal-related privacy and cyber risk. These are folks who deal with these issues every single day, multiple times a day, in their day jobs. So we welcome to this panel Andy Heaton. Andy is the Global Lead Counsel for Data Privacy and Security for the global Ernst and Young organization. He handles data protection and information technology matters ...

CPO Challenges: Managing the Global Cacophony

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Recorded on: Jun. 9, 2016

LISA J. SOTTO: All right. This is my favorite panel of the day always, because they're going to tell us how it's all done. So we've been challenged for the last day and a half. We've heard how incredibly hard it all is, and these guys make it look easy. Really, every one of them is a star in this area and truly hold the keys to the kingdom. Keith Enright is the Legal Director for Privacy at Google, where he leads the company's global privacy legal ...


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