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Synthetic Reality & Deep Fakes: What's Next and What it Means for the Future of Work (10/13/2020)

Program Number: 30241 Presenter: Michael Chinchester, Jr., Esq., Aaron Crews, Esq.

The presenters propose a tangible perspective on AI, one where the proliferation of Deep Fakes and the ability to leverage this technology may challenge standards for information dissemination, communication and our most basic assumptions of reality—where once seeing was believing. These inauthentic intrusions not only impact our society generally, and our political system and growing divisions more specifically, but also spill into our workplaces in a way that forces employers to grapple with the often-inevitable effects. Employers will need to adjust to this new reality and understand the means of minimizing the potentially negative impact, including the utilization of data analytics to protect companies and their workforces from exploitative uses of false information.

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Navigating the Ethical Minefield of the New Normal Due to COVID-19: Legal Malpractice Issues Emerging from the Pandemic (10/20/2020)

Program Number: 30239 Presenter: Diana C. Manning, Esq.

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on the legal profession and forced attorneys to adapt to changing conditions like never before. As lawyers adjust to practicing law in the new reality, they must remain vigilant of the need to abide by ethical rules. This program will discuss common ethical issues emerging from the pandemic and how to avoid them while staying safe. Learning objectives and topics include: Keeping up with continuing advancements in technology; the ongoing duty to communicate with clients; maintaining civility with adversaries; the importance of remaining cognizant of deadlines; and maintaining confidentiality in a virtual environment. This program will cover ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct 1.1 (competence), 1.3 (diligence), 3.2 (courtesy and respect), 5.1 and 5.3 (monitoring for data breach).

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Ethically Building and Protecting your Online Reputation During and After COVID-19 (10/01/2020)

Program Number: 30232 Presenter: Jaimie B. Field, Esq.

Prior to March 2020, it was important for attorneys to learn to ethically build and protect their personal legal brands (their reputations) on line; after that date it became imperative.*When 2020 began, no one could have predicted that a worldwide pandemic would profoundly change everything, including the legal industry. The courts closed, offices were shuttered, and lawyers and law firms were scrambling to find a way to work from home. What didn’t change, however, was the need for attorneys to create a legal brand, build it ethically and protect it, but now, it is all done online. This seminar teaches attorneys the ethical methods of building, maintaining and protecting their online reputations. • Creating your personal brand; • How to determine your target market (that is, who are your ideal clients and referral sources); • Ascertaining where they can be found online; • Finding the most appropriate tactics and techniques for reaching this audience; •

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Dawning of the Zoom Deposition: Navigating the Strategic Challenges and Opportunities for Litigators in an Ever-Changing World (09/03/2020)

Program Number: 30230 Presenter: Matthew D. Keenan, Esq., Jon Strongman, Esq.

For better or worse, the remote deposition in here to stay. Matt Keenan and Jon Strongman will share their experience using this technology. Their presentation is designed to provide insights as well as tips and tricks on how use the remote deposition both effectively and efficiently. The program will also describe and discuss the latest court rulings requiring parties to conduct remote discovery.

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What’s Reasonable? Recent Developments in Cybersecurity Law (09/01/2020)

Program Number: 30203 Presenter: Julia B. Jacobson, Esq., Natalia J. Kerr, Esq.

The landmark California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) offers a private right of action against a business that experiences a data breach as a result of the business’ violation of its duty to implement and maintain reasonable security practices. The reasonableness standard is not, however, limited to CCPA; many other laws and regulators use reasonableness - with varying degrees of specificity - as the measure for assessing cybersecurity practices. Join this webinar to learn about what’s happened and what’s ahead in the evolution of the reasonableness standard in cybersecurity law.

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Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Trends and Litigation Developments (08/05/2020)

Program Number: 30202 Presenter: Mark S. Melodia, Esq., Anthony J. Palermo, Esq., Ashley L. Shively, Esq.

Holland & Knight’s data strategy, security and privacy attorneys will provide insight and analysis on the latest developments in data privacy regulation and emerging trends in class action litigation. The presenters will introduce various privacy laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the upcoming ballot measure that would enhance CCPA’s obligations on businesses, as well as legislative efforts in other states and at the federal level. Attendees will learn about CCPA litigation so far and recent, novel applications of state wiretap statutes to online activities. The program will provide practical guidance and concrete takeaways for navigating the shifting legal landscape based upon real-life scenarios and experience across jurisdictions in spotting and managing compliance risks, preserving privilege over forensic reports, and defending against consumer privacy class actions.

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In the Cannabis Industry, Profitability and Data Privacy/Security go Hand-in-Hand (09/17/2020)

Program Number: 30200 Presenter: Rebecca L. Rakoski, Esq.

As the legalized cannabis industry takes its place amongst other highly highly profitable mainstream businesses it is impossible to overlook the cybersecurity and data privacy issues that uniquely affect the industry and its profitability. The issues surrounding legalized cannabis and data security create a multi-front battle that can be incredibly challenging from a legal and technological perspective. The fact that the cannabis industry has intertwining issues of highly sensitive data, regulatory oversight and mandatory data collection requirements creates a very distinctive challenge for the profitability of those businesses. But many of those challenges can be addressed using some of the same practices and solutions. Preserving profit margins and exploring innovation are fundamental to staying solvent in an industry driven to deliver results. This presentation will explore the industry-specific challenges that face legalized cannabis businesses including regulatory obligations, such as the California Cannabis Track-and-Trace ("CCTT") system, the Health Insurance Portability and

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Piracy of Television Content: Deploying the Federal Communications Act (11/19/2020)

Program Number: 30193 Presenter: Raymond Dowd, Esq., Hardin P. Rowley, Esq.

In the age of cord-cutting, internet television has exploded, piracy along with it. According to industry estimates at least six to ten percent of North American television viewing is pirated. The cost to content owners, the television industry and broadcasters is tremendous. IPTV pirates brazenly sell subscription packages with 200 channels and 2000 title on-demand movie libraries for as a little as $25.00 per month. In an age of costly unbundling with Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Peacock, HBOMAX, and Amazon Prime, IPTV pirates create unbeatable illicit bundles. The Federal Communications Act of 1934 (“FCA”) combined and organized federal regulation of telephone, telegraph, and radio communications. FCA Section 605(a) prohibits persons who transmit or receive wire or radio communications from divulging such communications except to authorized persons. Violations carry statutory damages ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 each, with mandatory attorneys fees and costs. Recent cases have applied the FCA to internet television distribution originating as satellite transmissions. The

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Remote Compliance: Navigating the New DOJ and SEC Guidance to Strengthen Compliance During and After a Pandemic (07/28/2020)

Program Number: 30190 Presenter: Katrina A. Hausfeld, Esq., Adam J. Pie, Esq., Gail Rodgers, Esq.

This presentation will provide guidance to companies, compliance officials and lawyers on investigation and compliance reviews in the age of remote working. We will focus on the June 2020 guidance by the US Department of Justice on Compliance as well as the Second Edition of the FCPA Resource Guide, released in July 2020. This presentation will cover a variety of reviews including compliance risk assessments and investigations due to whistleblower complaints, proactive due diligence reviews, global compliance reviews and implementation and evaluation of remediation efforts. We will focus on pragmatic approaches to investigations and reviews including bespoke approaches across companies and sectors and discuss ways to assess and strengthen your compliance controls to meet regulators’ expectations.

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Work from Home Data Privacy and Security Basics (08/19/2020)

Program Number: 30186 Presenter: Joshua A. James, Esq.

As more and more employees than ever before to work from home (“WFH”), businesses face new and different data privacy and security risks. This change is not lost on U.S. regulators, but it does not mean that businesses will get a pass on data privacy and security issues potentially caused by the shift in working conditions. In an effort to help businesses navigate these new circumstances, this program will discuss many important considerations for U.S. businesses trying to navigate the new normal including: regulator guidance, wireless network security, laptop security, handling sensitive electronic and hardcopy data, securely destroying data, sharing devices among employees and their family members, malware, incident response planning, risk assessment adjustments, and several more issues. Throughout the program, practical advice will be provided with an eye toward satisfying regulators who are looking for slipups as businesses migrate their workforces into the WFH future.

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