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Why You Should Attend
With more people working at home, privacy and security issues have become more complex but cybersecurity, data privacy, and TCPA class action litigation has continued unabated. This program will address the hottest trends, latest case law, and most important strategy decisions that companies and their counsel need to know for 2022.
Among other things, this program will address CCPA litigation after the first years’ experience; worsening circuit splits in cybersecurity class action litigation; new developments in biometric, IoT and other state law privacy claims; privilege issues in security breach cases; and how the current Administration is seeking to frame privacy issues in terms of antitrust claims.
Presented by some of the most creative and experienced plaintiffs’ counsel, defense litigators, and federal court judges, this advanced program will feature a technology tutorial designed to identify the latest threats and challenges, an exhaustive year-in-review update on the latest cases, circuit splits and trends, ransomware litigation issues, plaintiffs’ perspectives on new frontiers in privacy/cybersecurity litigation, antitrust and securities fraud litigation, judicial and in-house panels to provide insights, perspectives and practice tips, and discussions of the latest class certification, motion practice and settlement trends, privilege issues, and techniques for valuing different types of cases.
What You Will Learn
- Understand the latest technologies, business practices and mistakes that have led to some of the more significant recent cybersecurity breach and data privacy cases, with an advanced technology tutorial
- Hear the year in review: an exhaustive circuit-by-circuit analysis of case law and strategy
- Discover the unique legal, business, and process issues surrounding a ransomware attack and outline how these issues subsequently play out in class action litigation, including substantive and procedural law issues and how to value and settle ransomware cases
- Learn best strategies from in-house counsel on how to defend a company and partner with outside counsel
- Understand the unique legal and procedural issues that arise when a putative data privacy class action suit is framed in terms of antitrust law, including substantive and procedural issues and how to value and settle antitrust suits
- Explore how to value and settle securities fraud class action suits
- Find out the latest issues in class certification, decertification and administration
- Hear from federal court judges on what they want to see from counsel in their courtrooms
Who Should Attend
You should attend if you are a general counsel or in-house counsel or are outside counsel to companies that face cybersecurity breach, data privacy and TCPA exposure; litigators and transactional lawyers who defend or advise clients on data privacy, security breaches and advertising law, including TCPA issues; and chief information security officers, chief privacy officers and other allied professionals responsible for data privacy and security compliance.
Program Level: Advanced
Intended Audience: This program will be of interest to general counsel and in-house counsel at companies that face security cybersecurity breach, data privacy and TCPA exposure; litigators and transactional lawyers who defend or advise clients on data privacy, security breaches and advertising law, including TCPA issues; and chief information security officers, chief privacy officers and other allied professionals responsible for data privacy and security compliance.
Prerequisites: A fundamental understanding of basic concepts in data privacy, cybersecurity, TCPA class action litigation and the law.
Advanced Preparation: None.