Key Developments in Privacy and Data Security Law Seminar

10/8/2009

Corporate, Litigation, and Technology Transactions

New York, NY

Miriam H. Wugmeister

Miriam H. Wugmeister

Seminar

Rachel LaQuercia
NYMarketing@mofo.com

Privacy and information security laws, rules, and enforcement trends continue to outpace developments in nearly every other area of the law. This program, the third and final in our online series, addresses the most critical issues for companies that manage data and sensitive information. If your company collects customer data through its website or otherwise, you won’t want to miss this event.

In this presentation, we will discuss:

  • FTC developments — What to expect from the FTC's upcoming roundtable series reevaluating its privacy enforcement program. Will there be a new regulatory regime for privacy in the U.S.?
  • Behavioral targeting — Where are the FTC, Congress, the states, and self-regulatory groups headed? Where will we be in six months? One year?
  • World privacy survey — A quick rundown of potentially problematic developments in key overseas jurisdictions.
    Information security — A survey of recently - adopted and pending state and international requirements, including a review of new regulatory regimes in Massachusetts, Nevada, and other states imposing burdensome obligations.
  • Information security — A survey of recently - adopted and pending state and international requirements, including a review of new regulatory regimes in Massachusetts, Nevada, and other states imposing burdensome obligations.
  • Data breaches — The latest on responding to data breaches, including common trouble spots, new state laws, and how best to involve forensics teams under various circumstances.

Speakers:
Miriam Wugmeister, Partner
Reed Freeman, Partner

To register, click here.

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