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Government Investigations 2017: Investigations Arising From Data Breach and Privacy Concerns and Parallel Proceedings -- Responding to the Investigation

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From the program: Government Investigations 2017: Investigations Arising From Data Breach and Privacy Concerns and Parallel Proceedings

Recorded on: Feb. 27, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Government Investigations 2017: Investigations Arising From Data Breach and Privacy Concerns and Parallel Proceedings recorded February, 2017 in New York. Responding to the Investigation [01:00:03] What should be the response to notice of an investigation? What compliance obligations might the notice create? What should be done to locate electronic information in response to a demand? What should ...

TechLaw Institute 2017: The Digital Evolution

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From the program: TechLaw Institute 2017: The Digital Evolution

Released on: Mar. 9, 2017

We are in the midst of a digital evolution. Technology continues to evolve and disrupt at breakneck speed, outpacing existing laws and regulations. As a result, businesses face challenges on all fronts on a daily basis.  Employees working from home and on the road present new and unique challenges for employers. Data breaches are not a matter of if, but when, stealing precious hours of sleep from information and compliance managers and C-suite ...

Hot Topics in Tech Law Litigation

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Recorded on: Mar. 7, 2017

JAMES SNELL: All right. Welcome everybody, back from the lunch hour. We're going to finish a very interesting morning with a very interesting afternoon as well. We start with Hot Topics In Tech Law Litigation. And then, at 2:45, we'll have Cybersecurity Hacking and Data Breach. And then end the day with Evolving Legal Ethics, Portable Devices, the Cloud, and Social Media. So with no further ado, we'll start with Hot Topics In Tech Law Litigation. ...

The Virtual Workplace

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Recorded on: Mar. 7, 2017

SPEAKER 1: OK. We're going to continue, as Jim just said, with the next session. And we will be having a break after this so I think we're in good shape right now for timing. Let me just now introduce the next session, which I'm very excited about because it's something that is always relevant. It's applicable to almost every company, every person, every attendee in the program. As John Yates may say, it's all y'all, this applies to. So we hope this ...

The Internet of Things and the Wired Life

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Recorded on: Mar. 7, 2017

JAMES SNELL: All right. We'll go ahead and start. Welcome to the second day of our program. We've got a great lineup today, starting with "The Internet of Things" and "The Wired Life," moving into emerging issues in big data and analytics and then finishing off with marketing advertising in social media in the digital world. We'll finish about 12:15 today. And I'm very pleased to be joined today by Karen McGee, who is the Assistant Director of Privacy ...

Emerging, Disruptive, and Sharing Technologies

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Recorded on: Mar. 7, 2017

JIM: With that, we'll jump into our first panel of the day, emerging disruptive and sharing technologies. We're really pleased to have three distinguished panelists with us today. To my far right is John Yates. John is the chair of the corporate technology group of Morris, Manning, and Martin in Atlanta. He is internationally recognized in the technology, law, and corporate finance fields. His firm represents technology companies in all stages of ...

Evolving Legal Ethics: Portable Devices, the Cloud, and Social Media

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Recorded on: Mar. 7, 2017

JAMES SNELL: All right. So the good news is that the trains run on time at PLI, so we'll start right at 4:00 with our-- what did somebody refer to this earlier as the pre-cocktail presentation? So yeah. Want to welcome Pamela Bresnahan and Lucian Pera for evolving legal ethics, portable devices, the cloud, and social media. Before I introduce them and we kick it off, want to invite everyone to come back tomorrow. We've got three terrific panels. ...

Legal Issues in Agricultural Data: Ownership, Use, Privacy and Security

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2017

Taken from the briefing Legal Issues in Agricultural Data: Ownership, Use, Privacy and Security recorded March, 2017 in New York. The United Nations predicts that food production must increase by 70% in the next 35 years to meet increasing demand. New technologies are emerging to solve the problem of increased food production, many of which technologies use big data, deep learning and AI to reduce inputs, increase outputs or increase production ...

Legal Issues in Agricultural Data: Ownership, Use, Privacy and Security

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Recorded on: Mar. 16, 2017

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Roger Royse. ROGER ROYSE: OK. Thank you very much, Amy. This is Roger Royse, the founder of the Royce Law Firm. We are a business corporate and tax firm and full service law firm with offices in northern and southern California. And as you might have surmised, agriculture technology has become a big part of our practice and something that we focus on and spend quite a bit of work on. I'm ...

Broadband and Cable Industry Law 2017

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From the program: Broadband and Cable Industry Law 2017

Released on: Apr. 12, 2017

In this renowned program, hear cutting-edge analysis of federal initiatives and FCC regulations. Plus examine the latest negotiation trends, current case law, and the latest technology forecasts. Join the country’s leading outside and in-house counsel representing cable operators, cable programmers, municipalities, and online service providers — and the regulators themselves — to gain an understanding of what has transpired ...

Lessons Learned From Recent Proposed Industry Mergers

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

MARKHAM C. ERICKSON: Good morning. I'll say "good morning" as some of you are finding your seats, coming in from break. Today we are privileged to have on our next panel, which is called "Lessons Learned from Recent Proposed Industry Mergers," three lawyers who have been involved in some of the biggest merger transactions in the cable and broadband sectors. Their full bios are in your materials. I encourage you to take a look at those. Jon Sallet, ...

Competitive Telecom Issues

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

MARKHAM C ERICKSON: OK, good morning, everyone. We are here. We are at the last session of our two-day seminar. And last, but not least, we are going to address competitive telecom issues, which really aren't about mergers or propose acquisitions, although that can play into this space. But rather, about what's been known as special access or, more recently, business data services. There's been an incredible amount of activity over 10 years on this. ...

Privacy and Cybersecurity Update

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

TARA M. CORVO: Good morning and welcome to day two of our broadband and cable industry law conference. This morning our first panel is on privacy and cybersecurity issues. I'd like to introduce our first panel. To my far left is Loretta Polk, Loretta is vice president and associate general counsel of NCTA, The Internet and Television Association. She has over 25 years of experience representing the cable industry on a wide variety of legal, regulatory, ...

New Technologies’ Intersection with FCC Rules

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

TARA M. CORVO: Our first panel this afternoon is on the intersection of technology and FCC rules. I'd like to introduce our panel. To my farthest left, is Gerry Waldron. Gerry is a partner at Covington and Burling, and represents a range of technology companies, online, social, and media companies, and other communications clients, on matters before the FCC and Congress. Next to Gerry is Mike Nilsson. Mike is a partner with the law firm of Harris, ...

Can You Really Use That Data? Potential IP and Data Privacy Pitfalls in Big Data Agreements

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Recorded on: Apr. 12, 2017

Taken from the briefing Can You Really Use That Data? Potential IP and Data Privacy Pitfalls in Big Data Agreements recorded April, 2017 in New York. Agreements governing the right to assign, license, or otherwise use data can be complex. This session will provide guidance on navigating the sophisticated landscape of “big data” agreements, with a focus on intellectual property and data privacy considerations. Lecture Topics [01:04:17] Jennifer ...

Can You Really Use That Data? Potential IP and Data Privacy Pitfalls in Big Data Agreements

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2017

SPEAKER: It is now my pleasure and this briefing over to Jennifer Mikulina. JENNIFER M. MIKULINA: Hi, everyone. This is Jennifer Mikulina. I'm a partner in the intellectual property practice group at McDermott Will & Emory in our Chicago office. My practice really involves all areas of non-patent IP. I head up the firm's trademark practice, but I always describe it as everything but patents, which also includes a lot of software-related and big-data ...

China’s New Cybersecurity Law

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Recorded on: Apr. 26, 2017

Taken from the briefing China’s New Cybersecurity Law recorded April, 2017 in New York. China’s new Cybersecurity Law will impose new restrictions on information flows from operators of key information infrastructure, and will become effective in June 2017. Lecture Topics [01:06:12] Listen to Manuel E. Maisog of Hunton & Williams LLP as he: Discusses key aspects of the new Cybersecurity Law; Addresses data localization ...

China’s New Cybersecurity Law

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Recorded on: Apr. 27, 2017

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Manuel Maisog. MANUEL E. MAISOG: Good afternoon, everyone, and thanks for joining us today for this one-hour briefing from PLI on China's new cybersecurity law. My name is Manuel Maisog and I'm the resident partner of the Beijing office of Hunton & Williams and a member of our firm's global privacy and cybersecurity team. Next slide, please. This first slide has some information about ...

Financial Services Technology 2017: Avoidance of Risk

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From the program: Financial Services Technology 2017: Avoidance of Risk

Released on: May. 13, 2017

The financial services industry is heavily regulated, especially in the area of data security and privacy - and the regulations are constantly changing. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act changed the industry landscape, and companies must maintain their vigilance to comply with its requirements. Federal and state agencies, including the OCC, FFIEC, Federal Reserve and CFPB, have all issued regulations, guidance and recommendations ...

Financial Services IT - Strategic Alliances and Ownership of IP and Data

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: We had a number of speakers coming in from Washington, DC today and the people who took the train are here and my partner decided to fly and he's sitting on the tarmac. So my recommendation to everybody here is take the [INAUDIBLE], that's what I do. And I have concurrence from Gary Barnett and a few other people. So welcome to our afternoon session and our first session is financial services-- well, it's strategic alliances, ownership ...

Data Security Issues Facing Financial Institutions - A CISO’s Perspective

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: The issues on social media questions I get-- and I don't know anybody how much this is prosecuted-- but it's copyright and fair use. A client comes and says, well, can I use this photo? It's fair use. And I go back to my-- I like my history when it's a copyright issue. So quiz for everybody. When was the first copyright statute, not necessarily in America, but when was the first copyright statute? Somebody should know this from intellectual ...

Financial Services IT - Request for Proposal (RFP) Preparation

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: OK. Welcome back. We have our next presentation where-- we switched presentations. Global investigations is going to go at four o'clock. So our next one is request for proposal preparation. We're fortunate to have three speakers who really have been down in the trenches with preparing RFPs, which are key to really getting a good deal for the customer. The person going to be moderating the panel is to my left, Dennis Conley. Dennis ...

Risks of Social Media for Financial Services Providers

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: With that, I'm going to introduce the chair of our social media panel, and the moderator who's going to be moderating. And to my immediate left is Jennifer Smith Finnegan, who is a general counsel at Herrick, Feinstein, and focuses her practice on professional responsibility, legal ethics, risk management, and compliance issues. Prior to serving as the firm's general counsel, Jenny was a partner in Herrick's legal litigation department, ...

Cloud Computing 2017: Key Issues and Practical Guidance

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From the program: Cloud Computing 2017: Key Issues and Practical Guidance

Released on: May. 24, 2017

This program will provide practical advice on understanding the context and business realities around which cloud computing exists, understanding key terms for cloud computing contracts, help organizations considering the purchase of cloud services to understand vendor and customer obligations and responsibilities associated with cloud computing services, provide information to cloud service vendors on the compliance obligations and concerns ...

Contract Issues in Cloud Computing Deals

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Recorded on: May. 23, 2017

TANYA L. FORSHEIT: OK, we're going to get started right on time. For anyone who can hear me out in the hall who's watching the CNN scrolling headlines, come join us. I know it's more interesting out there. No, we're going to make this really interesting. So this is the most exciting part of the day when all of your questions, your burning questions about contracts, and how to negotiate them, or how not to negotiate them are finally answered. Actually, ...


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