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Privacy in Research: Highlights and Developments (06/10/2020)

Program Number: 30125 Presenter: Linda A. Malek, Esq., Nora L. Schmitt, Esq.

This webinar will provide participants with a comprehensive update on privacy issues related to clinical research, including updates to state and Federal genetic privacy laws, issues related to biorepositories and data banks, mobile apps and wearables in research, and vetting vendors in the context of privacy laws, such as those providing cloud or artificial intelligence support.

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Data Protection in a Pandemic: GDPR vs. COVID-19 (04/16/2020)

Program Number: 30121 Presenter: Peter Hense, Esq., Odia Kagan, Esq.

Data protection law does not stand in the way of the provision of healthcare and the management of public health issues” say the regulators, but even at times of emergency the principles of data protection stand and controllers must abide by them. What does this mean? Aren’t these principles contradictory and do I really need to worry about answering data subject access requests within 30 days when I’ve laid off some of my workforce and am scrambling? In this webinar, Odia Kagan, Partner and Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy at Fox Rothschild LLP and Peter Hense, Partner and Head of Data Protection at SpiritLegal, will discuss what data protection means in a time of pandemic, what changes, what stays the same and what companies should keep in mind for compliance.

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Law firm Cyber Security during the COVID Pandemic (04/27/2020)

Program Number: 30119 Presenter: David Cowen, Sheryl A. Falk, Esq.

Law Firms have gone virtual during an unprecedented remote work force migration with the rest of world during the COVID pandemic. At the same time that Cyberattacks are ramping up as the attackers also work from home. Law Firms must juggle allowing remote access to data to be responsive to client demands while safeguarding personal and confidential data. Join cyber security experts, Sheryl Falk and David Cowen for an engaging CLE on how law firms can protect data and reduce the risk of cyberattacks. Topics include: •Identify Unique Risks to an all remote workforce •Learn Best practices to tighten up remote data security •Pros and Cons of Third party collaboration Applications •Partnering with Employees to shore up security •Planning to Respond to a Cyberattack

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COVID-19 Scams: Crisis and Isolation Create an Opportunity for Exploitation - Be Aware and Be Secure (04/15/2020)

Program Number: 30113 Presenter: Shirley U. Emehelu, Esq., Michelle A. Schaap, Esq.

This program will cover the various types of scams that have arisen to exploit the confusion and isolation that accompany crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The speakers will offer concrete guidance on what to do next if one falls victim to such scams.

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COVID-19 and Privacy Law – A Balancing Act (04/14/2020)

Program Number: 30112 Presenter: Nicole DiMaria, Esq., Michelle A. Schaap, Esq.

COVID-19 presents multiple challenges for businesses, one of which is the sensitive balancing of privacy concerns with public health concerns. The speakers will discuss privacy law applicability and provide practical approaches for dealing with COVID-19-related privacy issues. Among the issues that will be discussed are: •General privacy law applicability •Circumstances under which HIPAA is and is not applicable to businesses •The various exceptions that may apply to permit use or disclosure of an individual’s COVID-19 diagnosis and related information.

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The U.S. as a Discovery Haven for Foreign Disputes (06/04/2020)

Program Number: 30111 Presenter: David R. Cohen, Partner, Bradley C. Whitecap, Esq.

28 USC Section 1782 gives parties involved in non-U.S. disputes access to U.S. discovery to obtain documents or testimony relevant to their disputes. U.S. companies can be served with Section 1782 subpoenas, even where: •They are not parties to the foreign dispute •The foreign proceeding does not otherwise allow for discovery •The subpoenaed documents may not even be located in the U.S. or in the possession of a U.S. company (e.g. if the U.S. company has an international subsidiary in possession of the documents). This program will cover the contours and application of Section 1782, including recent court decisions related to the interpretations of the various statutory requirements and enforcement considerations. Participants in the program will learn how parties in non-U.S. disputes are leveraging the statute to obtain discovery that they otherwise could not, as well as tips for defending against such Section 1782 requests and subpoenas.

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COVID-19 Crisis Management Action Plan: Steps to Take Today (04/08/2020)

Program Number: 30101 Presenter: Samuel A. Blaustein, William F. Dahill, Esq., Raymond Dowd, Esq., Luke McGrath, Esq., Susan Rothwell, Esq., Robert N. Swetnick, Esq., Nicola Tegoni, Esq., Louis E. Teitel, Esq.

Join our panel of legal experts for a report on what businesses and individuals should be doing to protect themselves in a rapidly changing domestic and international environment. Employers and employees face a multitude of challenges calling for prompt action. Small businesses are fighting for survival. Landlords, tenants and construction contracts are in flux. Attorneys are also facing unprecedented issues in insurance, immigration, trusts and estates, and litigation. International business is facing daily disruption. Get a practical view of how to prioritize the legal issues COVID-19 has presented we are facing and get a view of what needs to be done. Questions may be submitted and answered live.

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Benchmarking compliance with the CCPA (02/28/2020)

Program Number: 3001 Presenter: David A. Zetoony, Esq.

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 was the first attempt at an omnibus data privacy statute in the United States. Companies raced to implement compliance programs by January 1, 2020, the date that the statute went into force and, in that process, had to make a number of strategic decisions. The program will discuss the requirements of the CCPA as well as provide benchmarks concerning how Fortune 500 companies have interpreted and implemented the statute.

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Data Breaches – Preparing and Responding to Breaches in An Evolving Legal Landscape (09/18/2019)

Program Number: 2991 Presenter: Michelle Cohen, Esq.

Nearly every day, social media and traditional press report the latest data breach – Capitol One, Equifax, Facebook, and a host of other organizations have made recent news. According to one report, during the first six months of 2019, more than 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches have exposed 4.1 billion records. Data breaches, on average, can cost a company $3.86 million dollars. Data breaches can result in significant fines and remedial requirements imposed by U.S. and foreign regulators, private lawsuits (including class actions), and loss of significant customer goodwill. In this webinar, we will explore the evolving legal landscape addressing the protection of personal data, including recent updates to U.S. state data breach laws. We will review how the various laws define a data breach, what notifications need to be made, and potential consequences of non-compliance. This webinar will focus on U.S. requirements, but we will also give an overview data breach law

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It’s Official: Ether Is a Commodity, Not a Security. – Understanding the World of Digital Assets (11/22/2019)

Program Number: 29213 Presenter: Joel Telpner, Esq., Mari Tomunen, Esq.

All the news about Bitcoin, Ether, Libra, Ripple and JPMorgan’s Coin make companies wonder if they should issue their own cryptocurrency immediately or never. But it is not only companies – sovereign countries, like China and the Marshall Islands, are creating blockchain-based digital currencies that will act as the country’s official legal tender. How to determine the legal nature of a digital asset and can it really go back and forth between being a security and a commodity like the regulators have suggested? How do the benefits of issuing fund interests or company stock in tokenized form compare to the legal hurdles? The webinar will pave the way to understand what the promise of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies is as well as other digital assets. We will discuss the regulatory uncertainty stigmatizing digital assets and the various legal issues activated from characterizing, issuing, trading and custody of these innovative

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