Colorado Chapter

CLE & Reception: The Tipping Point? Data Privacy and Security 2.0


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Ruth’s Chris Steak House Downtown Denver
707  15th St.
Denver, CO 80202


The Tipping Point?  Data Privacy and Security 2.0
Assessing and Addressing the New Data Security and Privacy Regulatory and Litigation Environment

GDPR.  CCPA.  HIPAA.  COPPA.  PIPEDA. The alphabet soup of data privacy regulations continues to grow around the world.  With dire data security and privacy headlines hitting the front pages on practically a daily basis, some fear that key business models and companies’ ability to work with personal information is at risk.  Privacy and data security are now threshold issues and potential barriers to entry for new products and services.  As such, compliance with data privacy and cybersecurity regulations has become a predominant issue for corporate legal executives.  GCs and CLOs are making company critical decisions when it comes to compliance, and those decisions must come earlier and in the context of product, service and business model design.  What’s at stake?  The ability to do business, substantial fines, regulatory actions and unprecedented litigation. 

This CLE will explore the current privacy and security risk environment, the overlapping (and sometimes contradictory) data security and privacy requirements companies face, and the need for enhanced and mature governances processes to manage risk.  The speakers will provide practical guidance and real-world insights from in-house counsel and industry experts on how to effectively comply with the new wave data privacy regulations and manage regulatory and legal risk.


Rebecca Perry, CIPP US/G, Director - Professional Services, Jordan Lawrence

Rebecca Perry is the Director of Professional Services at Jordan Lawrence, the leader in helping companies manage their information compliantly and defensibly – in compliance with data privacy and cybersecurity regulations like the GDPR, NYS DFS, CCPA and others.

Rebecca has been with Jordan Lawrence more than 25 years helping legal, compliance, privacy and IT executives in the areas of information governance, data mapping, data minimization, records retention and third-party diligence. She manages the Alliance Partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel and builds strategic relationships with leading law firms.

Rebecca is a Certified Information Privacy Professional and frequent speaker in the legal and privacy communities including sessions with the FTC, Association of Corporate Counsel, Society of Corporate Governance and IAPP KnowledgeNets.

David Navetta, Partner, Cooley LLP
David Navetta, vice chair of Cooley's cyber/data/privacy practice, is a prominent leader in privacy, information security and technology law. He has extensive experience counseling clients on novel and cutting-edge data protection issues, including data breach response, cybersecurity risk management, consumer and employee privacy, incident response planning and preparedness, technology transactions, vendor management, board of director advice and consultation, regulatory investigations, litigation and due diligence in corporate transactions. David serves as a "breach coach" on an approved panel for numerous cyber insurance carriers and companies, and he has helped some of the world’s leading corporations to effectively respond to complex data security breaches and protect their enterprise. David’s clients range from startups to large Fortune 500 multinationals across a range of industries, including ecommerce, consumer products, name-brand traditional brick-and-mortar, hotels and hospitality, social media, technology, professional services, healthcare, financial institutions and energy.

Maggie Warren, Corporate Counsel, Vertafore
Maggie Warren is currently Corporate Counsel for Vertafore, a leading provider of software and technology services to the insurance industry headquartered in Denver.  In this role she works directly with her information risk management team to ensure the company’s compliance with privacy and data security regulations, both global and domestic.  She is also responsible for supporting other areas of the business, including employment, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and product development. 

Previously, Maggie was Associate General Counsel with Clarivate Analytics in Washington, DC where she was again responsible for privacy and data security compliance for global operations, including Europe, Latin America and Asia, as well as supporting other areas of the business.  Prior to Clarivate Analytics, she was Associate General Counsel for the IP and Science division of Thomson Reuters. 

Credits: One CLE general credit
State: Colorado


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Thank you 2019 Chapter Sponsors!

Platinum Sponsors:

Armstrong Teasdale LLP
Fisher & Phillips
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton
Merchant & Gould
Perkins Coie LLP
Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.

Gold Sponsors:

Akerman LLP
Ballard Spahr
Davis Graham & Stubbs
Gibson Dunn
Jordan Lawrence
Lewis Bess Williams & Weese
Littler Mendelson
Stinson Leonard Street

Silver Sponsors:

Bartlit Beck

Special Event Sponsors:

Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Fairfield and Woods
HUB International
Quaero Group


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