April 6, 2021
Partner and co-chair of the Global Risk and Crisis Management group, Alex Iftimie will join a panel at The Federalist Society to discuss the impact of recent cyberattacks by the Russian and Chinese governments on the supply chains of many private companies, possible criminal and non-criminal responses, and pros and cons of each approach. Info.
April 8, 2021
As part of a round table hosted by Ernst & Young, partner and co-chair of the Global Risk and Crisis Management group Alex Iftimie will be featured on a panel of experts to discuss preparing for, detecting, and responding to cyber incidents. Info.
April 20, 2021
MoFo partner Chris Lyon and senior of counsel Lokke Moerel will join a panel to discuss the proposals and the issues with valuation of personal data. This session will disentangle the economic and privacy objectives of data dividend models, in order to analyze whether these objectives can be achieved at the same time or should be regulated separately. Info.
April 26, 2021
Lokke Moerel, senior of counsel, Morrison & Foerster; Professor, Global ICT Law, Tilberg University will moderate a panel featuring:
Andrea Jelinek, Chairwoman, European Data Protection Board; Director, Austrian Data Protection Authority
Karolina Mojzesowicz, Deputy Head of Unit Data Protection, European Commission
Anna Morgan, Deputy Commissioner, Head of Legal Affairs, Data Protection Commission
Wojciech Wiewiórowski, European Data Protection Supervisor
The panel will discuss the one-stop-shop enforcement mechanism proved the last hurdle for adopting the GDPR, and that has been under debate ever since. Takeaways will include:
May 3-4, 2021
During this panel, partner Alex Iftimie, Morrison & Foerster partner and co-chair of the Global Risk and Crisis Management group, discusses best practices for designing programs to deal with upcoming cybersecurity challenges, with an emphasis on the implications of the SolarWinds compromise for approaching supply chain threats going forward. This panel is part of the Twenty-Second Annual Institute of on Privacy and Cybersecurity Law hosted by the Practising Law Institute. Info.
May 25, 2021
As part of the IAPP’s European Data Protection Intensive Online, senior of counsel Lokke Moerel joins other privacy experts in exploring the new role of the privacy function, including a reconsideration of how to innovate the three-lines-of-defense model to facilitate responsible innovation and how to structure the privacy compliance function to fit the new reality. Info.
May 25, 2021
A panel of experts, featuring partner Alex Iftimie, gather at the Privacy and Security Academy Spring Forum to discuss the SolarWinds zero-day attack in the context of broader state-sponsored cyber initiatives, and their effects on the private sector, as well as how to strengthen cyber supply chains in response. Info.
June 24, 2021
In this Lawline CLE presentation, of counsel Marian Waldmann Agarwal and associate Cecilia Xie will lead a course on how to identify when privacy and data security provisions may be required in agreements with an overview of common issues when drafting and negotiating such terms. Info.
April 14, 2021
Partner and co-chair of the National Security practice group, John Smith will moderate a panel as part of Ethisphere’s Global Ethics Summit examining the implications of trade and sanctions for compliance programs, industry best practices, and the greater global business environment. Info.
April 15, 2021
Partner and co-chair of the National Security practice group, John Smith will participate in an Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) discussion performing a wide-ranging analysis of what the 2020 presidential and congressional elections may mean to Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and offer strategies on dealing with the potentially profound shifts in the regulatory landscape. Info.
April 20, 2021
Partner Charles Capito will moderate an American Conference Institute panel of experts discussing a variety of questions surrounding the new rules on CFIUS Mandatory Filings in connection with critical technologies and how to respond to the subsequent changes. Info.
April 20, 2021
Partner and co-chair of the National Security and Global Risk and Crisis Management practice groups, Brandon Van Grack serve on an American Conference Institute panel exploring the latest and most effective CFIUS mitigation strategies in light of recent trends and new regulations. Info.
April 28, 2021
Of counsel Andrea Delisi joins an American Conference Institute panel discussing the effects and implications of new developments and sanctions surrounding Russia. Info.
April 29, 2021
Join partner and co-chair of the National Security practice group, John Smith, on an American Conference Institute panel in a discussion of recent trends in investigation and enforcement actions, as well as a look forward at what to expect from the enforcement landscape in 2021. Info.