Overview (Program Summary)
Join us for 2 mornings of CLE programs just in time for the filing deadline!
5 Hrs General + 1 Hr Ethics CA CLE Credit
Log in to ACC San Francisco Bay Area’s first major event of the New Year!
Get a jump start on your CLE’s for 2021 or, if your California State Bar deadline is approaching, finish strong with 6 hours of CLE including 1 hour of Ethics. Attend 5 sessions for the chance to win an Apple Watch Series 6!** Receive a coffee kit for a power-hour of networking and conversation with Eversheds Sutherland. Enter virtual draws during the CLE sessions for a chance to win other prizes, including gift cards and wine. Join us for networking and have lunch delivered to your door.*
DAY 2 – THURSDAY, JANUARY 28
9:00 – 10:00
Today’s Data Governance: Lost in Translation Schrems II, CPRA, and Maintaining a Current Data Inventory – CLE presented by Exterro
Last year, the Schrems II decision challenged many companies to revisit and improve their current data governance programs. Then, the California Privacy Rights Act amended the California Consumer Privacy Act, demanding even more of those same programs. Recent European Data Protection Board guidance for handling personal data requires detailed knowledge of that data, the means by which it is transferred and the processes that use it. Organizations without a comprehensive and up to date data inventory may be unable to comply with these recommendations. In addition, data management requirements from the CCPA and CPRA, including the need to be capable of limiting the use of sensitive information and of restricting the sale of information, present more challenges.
Please join Rebecca Perry from Exterro and Devika Kornbacher from Vinson & Elkins LLP in a detailed discussion of Schrems II, CPRA, and how detailed data knowledge enables compliance with EDPB recommendations and good data governance.
● Schrems II and data transfer risk management
● Practical implementation of EDPB Guidance
● Data governance that enables compliance with CCPA and CPRA
● Building a robust data inventory and third party risk process
Rebecca Perry, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Exterro
Devika Kornbacher, Partner - Technology Transactions & Intellectual Property, Vinson & Elkins LLP
Fotis Konstantinidis, Managing Director – Management Consulting, AI & Digital Transformation, Stout
10:15 – 11:15
Canadian Regulation of Big Tech: The Short and the Long Arm of the Law – CLE presented by Borden Ladner Gervais
US federal agencies and state attorneys-general are increasingly scrutinizing technology companies, how they conduct their businesses and their M&A activity. In Canada, comparable agencies have been much less aggressive in their oversight. Why? Conversely, Canadian regulators have formally heightened their level of scrutiny of national security concerns in M&A across virtually all sectors. In this session, we will explore the reasons behind this regulatory landscape and in Canada, pitfalls to watch out for, and what the future may hold.
Andrew Hennigar, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais
Denes Rothschild, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais
11:30 – 12:30
Tips for Avoiding Ethical Dilemmas as In-house Counsel – CLE presented by Keker, Van Nest & Peters [Ethics]
Keker, Van Nest & Peters partners Steven Ragland and Matan Shacham will discuss the sometimes complicated and occasionally bizarre ethics issues that can arise for in-house counsel. Topics will include conflicts, attorney-client privilege, discovery, sanctions, and other tricky situations.
Steven Ragland, Partner, Keker, Van Nest & Peters
Matan Shacham, Partner, Keker, Van Nest & Peters
12:30 – 1:15
Lunch Delivery & Networking
Join us for networking and have lunch delivered to your door.
ACC SFBA Member - $0
Non-Member - $99
This conference will be delivered via Zoom and participants must register separately for each day of the conference for CLE tracking purposes. Program materials will be available on our ACC SFBA website prior to the start of the event. California MCLE certificates will be emailed to participants by January 29. *Lunch delivery available to the first 200 Bay Area registrants. A link to order lunch will be sent the week prior to the event. **Draw will take place at 12:45pm on Jan. 28 during the networking lunch. Participants must be present to win.