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Designing a Future Proofed Privacy Compliance Program (07/22/2020)

Program Number: 30177 Presenter: David A. Zetoony, Esq.

For the past six years many companies have been reactive when addressing data privacy concerns – first responding to the European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and then the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). As data privacy laws continue to grow and evolve, companies are stepping back and thinking about how to build privacy compliance programs that incorporate core privacy concepts from the GDPR and the CCPA, but are flexible enough to account for future privacy laws. The program will discuss the core components of a jurisdiction agnostic privacy compliance program.

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HSTPA: NY’s New Housing Laws and COVID-19 Related Matters (06/29/2020)

Program Number: 30166 Presenter: Massimo F. D'Angelo, Esq.

The lecture is prefaced by an historical summary of NY's rent-regulation laws, which date back to before the end of World War II. Additionally, the two types of rent-regulation consisting of: 1. rent control; and 2. rent stabilization, are discussed, in detail, including how apartments become subject to stabilization, the rights of rent-regulated tenants, the prevailing statutory oversight on the rent-regulated housing stock, and an in-depth explanation on deregulation. Thereafter, the lecture segues into the Housing Stability & Housing Protection Act of 2019, recently enacted on June 14, 2019, and discusses the radical changes to the prior rent-regulations laws. Lastly, the present COVID-19 pandemic is covered, and, in particular, how it impacts residential housing, privacy and confidentiality considerations, as well as the drafting of COVID-19 protocols for residential buildings and emergency applications to restrain rogue residents who violate their COVID-19 building protocols.

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Emerging Issues in Cyber Insurance Law (06/11/2020)

Program Number: 30165 Presenter: Joyce E. Boyle, Esq., Bradford P. Meisel, Esq., Diane D. Reynolds, Esq.

Sophisticated cyberattacks that have jeopardized billions of dollars worth of economic value creation and rapidly evolving cybersecurity and information privacy laws creating significant exposure for businesses in countless sectors have made cyber insurance a necessity for many if not most businesses. This program will explain the emerging legal landscape regarding cyber insurance coverage including pending litigation regarding whether cyberattacks linked to foreign governments are subject to policies' "act of war" exceptions, legal exposure for cyberattack victims under newly enacted data security and privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and European Union General Data Protection Act (GDPR), and the tort law implications of cyberattacks. This program will also outline the steps businesses can take to proactively assess, remediate, and guard against cybersecurity risks and protect themselves with cyber insurance as well as the steps insurers can take to minimize their insureds' cyber risk and ensure compliance with

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Flexibility and Vigilance: Effectively Manage Government and Internal Investigations During COVID-19 (07/08/2020)

Program Number: 30164 Presenter: Martin J. Amundson, Esq., John R. Cunningham, Esq., Jason R. Parish, Esq.

While many companies shifted to a remote workforce after the COVID-19 outbreak, this did not necessarily result in a slowdown in investigations. At the time, government agencies in fact cautioned companies not to let down their guard in conducting investigations. Now, as employees slowly return to office spaces, while others continue to work remotely, learn about striking the appropriate balance of leveraging remote technology, adapting investigative strategies, and integrating updated best-practice guidance for effectively managing internal and government investigations during the ongoing crisis. Learning Objectives: • Survey investigative agency and regulator responses to COVID-19 • Integrate strategies and technology for conducting remote investigations • Adapt protocols to account for hybrid (part remote, part traditional) investigations • Gain awareness of variations in privilege, document collection, interviews, and reporting Underscore key flexibility & best practice considerations for preserving integrity and independence.

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Digital Risks and Digital Duties: Finding a Standard of Care in Cyberspace – Part 2 (06/30/2020)

Program Number: 30156 Presenter: Michael A. Goode, Esq., James M. Paulino II, Esq.

In part 2 of this two-part presentation, we will begin by discussing the patchwork of data privacy statutes, regulations and case law in an effort to define the baseline for reasonable security measures, and then apply these standards to recent breach events in the medical, construction, agricultural, retail, manufacturing, financial and legal industries to highlight common security failures, and opportunities for improvement. At the conclusion of the presentation, we will discuss best practices to consider to assist in reducing the risk of data breach incidences as well as the potential exposure in the event an incident occurs.

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Coming Back from COVID - Key Considerations as Employers Bring Their Employees Back to Work (06/11/2020)

Program Number: 30147 Presenter: David Garraux, Esq., Jessica Moran, Esq.

With stay at home orders lifting and the economy taking tentative steps towards restarting, employers are developing strategies for returning to work. The “new normal,” however, will look much different than pre-pandemic life. Integrating the latest OSHA/CDC guidance into the practicalities of “real world” operations will present a challenge for the foreseeable future, particularly as unpredictable business conditions place a premium on employers’ agility. While certain employees are returning to the workplace, others will continue to work remotely - in some cases permanently. Concerns associated with wage & hour compliance, data security, and employee privacy all take center stage with a remote workforce, particularly as employers brace for a potential “second wave” of the pandemic in the months ahead. Join us as we discuss a wide range of legal considerations associated with returning to work in an uncertain business climate further challenged by a compliance minefield.

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Protecting Confidential Information When Sheltering in Place – Strategies for Avoiding The Loss of Company Secrets (05/12/2020)

Program Number: 30137 Presenter: Christipher K. Larus, Esq., David A. Prange, Esq.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused dramatic shifts in the workplace. Companies have been forced to rapidly adjust their policies to enable employees to work from home, have quickly adopted new technologies to maintain business operations, and have seen unprecedented levels of employee mobility. Each of these changes have increased the risks of trade secret misappropriation and the loss of other valuable confidential information. The termination of shelter-in-place directives and reversion to the on-site workplace presents further risks to company confidential information now shared to facilitate distanced activities. This presentation will address these increased risks and discuss best practices for protecting trade secret and other confidential information as companies and their legal departments plan their return to on-site work.

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Justice Behind a Mask (05/15/2020)

Program Number: 30134 Presenter: Andrew S. Kaufman, Esq., Jacqueline Mandell, Esq.

This program will address the legal and practical issues that attorneys, litigants, and the courts will face as litigation resumes in an era of social distancing. The discussion will focus on challenges involving jury trials with particular emphasis on novel virtual approaches and platforms, including developing technology, for managing jury selection, examination of witnesses, introduction of evidence and jury deliberations. We will address the competing interests of streamlining litigation in an effort to provide litigants with timely access to the justice system, with preserving equally important and time-honored safeguards to ensure balance, fairness and integrity of the justice system, while the parties, their lawyers, the judge and possibly the jurors participate from separate locations.

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Essential Ethics for Lockdown Lawyers (05/08/2020)

Program Number: 30132 Presenter: Devika Kewalramani, Esq.

The COVID-19 crisis has drastically disrupted the legal landscape. In-house lawyers, outside counsel and law firms are quickly adapting to working remotely on an extended basis, often using unfamiliar practice tools while seeking to effectively serve their clients and sustain their practices. In this unchartered law practice terrain, with daily life and work routines interrupted, deals and litigations on hold, and clients and prospects raising unique issues and novel concerns, are lawyers and law firms keeping up with their ethical obligations? The presenter will spot the key ethical risks, highlight the relevant rules of professional conduct and bar association guidance, focus on lawyer incapacity, protecting client property, the duties of supervision, competence, communication and confidentiality, and suggest practical solutions to avoid ethical violations in these tumultuous times.

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U.S. Privacy Law Update: CCPA, CCPA 2.0, and Other Proposed State Privacy Legislation (05/20/2020)

Program Number: 30127 Presenter: Malia K. Rogers, Esq., David M. Stauss, Esq.

Privacy law is undergoing a fundamental change in the United States. On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect, making California the first state to enact a generally-applicable consumer privacy law. Lawmakers in other states have followed California’s lead and, over the past two years, have proposed numerous consumer privacy bills that would provided CCPA-like privacy rights to residents of their states. Further, in February 2020, the privacy advocates who pushed through the CCPA announced a new – and stronger – ballot measure commonly referred to as CCPA 2.0. If passed by California voters in November, CCPA 2.0 will raise the bar for privacy law in this country. This program will provide an overview of the current status of the CCPA, including its implementing regulations and impending July 1 enforcement deadline. The program also will provide an overview of CCPA 2.0 and its current status. Finally, this program will discuss the status of

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