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Preparing for Changes in the Data Security and Privacy Landscape-2012: What In-House and Corporate Counsel Need to Know

Program Number: 2245 Presenter: Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

Data and the ability to access and use data have become crucial to the success of nearly all companies. At the same time, the legal and regulatory requirements governing data collection, analysis, storage, and sharing have continued to evolve at a rapid pace. Understanding and meeting these changing data security and privacy requirements are now of paramount concern for companies which can no longer take for granted their ability to access and use data without meeting these requirements. Join Jason Haislmaier, a partner at Bryan Cave LLP, for an overview of what in-house and corporate counsel need to know about data security and privacy, including: • The current legal and regulatory framework governing data collection, use, storage, and sharing; • Lessons learned from the growing list of FTC security and privacy enforcement actions against Facebook®, Twitter®, Google®, and others; • Developing best practices, policies, and procedures for data security and data privacy; and •

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Social Media and the National Labor Relations Board: What’s Legal & What’s Not for Employers and Employees?

Program Number: 2240 Presenter: Mark J. Neuberger, Esq.

Social media is exploding throughout the workplace, both by companies seeking to promote their businesses and by employees speaking about their jobs. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has increased its scrutiny on what restrictions an employer may lawfully impose on an employee's use of social media. Mark J. Neuberger of Foley & Lardner LLP , discusses current developments in labor and employment law with regard to both employee and employer rights in the social media world.

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Patent Litigation Discovery in the Eastern District of Texas: The Rules Have Changed!

Program Number: 2230IP Presenter: Daniel R. Foster, Esq., Leigh J. Martinson, Esq.

Join Dan Foster and Leigh Martinson as they discuss the new Model E-Discovery Rules issued by the District Court in the Eastern District of Texas (formally known as [Model] Order Regarding E-Discovery in Patent Cases). Our presenters describe how the rules may affect litigation strategy from both an offensive and defensive perspective.

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E-Discovery: Developments in Search Techniques: Moore v. Publicis and Beyond

Program Number: 2229 Presenter: Steven C. Bennett, Esq.

Steve Bennett, a partner at Jones Day, discusses the latest developments in e-discovery search techniques. Topics include: • Why is the e-discovery search so important? • Conventional search techniques (and their limits) • Developing new search techniques • Moore v. Publicis and its implications for e-discovery • Additional reading and resources.

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Considerations and Best Practices for Policy Drafting for Lawyers

Program Number: 2224 Presenter: Jennifer L. Neumann, Esq., Aaron Tantleff, Esq.

In implementing a BYOD program, there are a number of legal, financial and corporate risks that an organization must first address. In his first program covering BYOD, Understanding the Legal Risks of Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD): Important Considerations for In-House Corporate, Employment and Technology Lawyers (2250), Aaron Tantleff of Foley & Lardner LLP discussed several of the legal risks. This time, he is joined by Jennifer Neumann of Foley & Lardner LLP and they take a closer look at some of these risks and review a number of issues counsel for organizations of all sizes and types should address when considering implementing a BYOD program or in their review of their existing programs. Our presenters also discuss how some recent cases may affect one's BYOD policy, examine provisions from existing BYOD policies, discuss potential concerns, and provide suggestions on better drafting.

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Anything New Under the Sun? The Intersection of Social Networking with Legal Ethics and Complex Commercial Litigation

Program Number: 2222 Presenter: Matthew A. Karlyn, Esq., Michael R. Pontrelli, Esq.

Over the past year, as the use of social media has grown, we have seen a continuing evolution of attendant privacy protections, corporate risks and liabilities. The use of social media in the workplace—as a way to communicate with colleagues and customers—has resulted in new risks and pushed companies to make new rules. Our court systems themselves even face significant social media challenges, as judges impose restrictions on jurors texting and tweeting during trials. Join Matt Karlyn and Michael Pontrelli of Foley & Lardner LLP as they discuss the ethics of social media, the impact social media is having on complex commercial litigation, and some predications for what the future may hold. The focal point will be legal ethics, including both old and new ethical issues faced by in-house and outside counsel stemming from the uses made of social media--in the workplace itself, in dealing with customers and other

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