Chicago Chapter

Downtown Lunch CLE - The Perfect Storm on Data Privacy and Security: More Data, More Regulation, More Enforcement - This program will be repeated on August 1st

            

Sponsored By:
Details
Location:

Baker McKenzie, 300 E. Randolph St., 50th Floor, Chicago, IL 60601.

Overview

Join us for a networking lunch and panel discussion focused on Data Privacy and Security. The panel will provide In-house counsel with strategies and practical guidance on preparing compliance in this quickly evolving regulatory landscape; understanding the impact of global regulatory changes in key geographies such as Europe, China and the US; responding to data-theft incidents in a way that does not put your company in Congress's cross-hairs; and navigating the data privacy and security issues with technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain and mobile devices.

Speakers

Karen Sewell, Division Counsel - Global Privacy, AbbVie
   
Brian Hengesbaugh, Partner, Baker McKenzie
   
Brandon Moseberry, Associate, Baker McKenzie

Notes

Agenda:
11:45 am: Registration & networking
12:00 pm: Lunch
12:15 pm: Presentation
1:15 pm: Q&A

Online Registration Preferred:  To set up your ACC Chicago registration account, please follow the site instructions as a "New User" upon your first visit.  You will receive a confirmation at the end of your registration process.

CLE

Credits: One hour of Illinois MCLE Credit
State: Illinois
Category: General Credit

Contact

Chapter Executive Administrator, Lisa Carreras
Phone: 815-464-8336
E-mail: Chicago@accglobal.com
Fax: 815-464-8334

Cost

Attendance is complimentary, but limited to ACC members, in-house prospective ACC members and guests of the sponsor.

Sponsored By:

Baker McKenzie


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