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Privacy Law in the Internet Age
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Privacy Law in the Internet Age


Credits: 1 Ethics, 6 General

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Ethics |  Business Law |  Employment & Labor Law |  Intellectual Property Law
Duration:
7 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date :
Jun 06, 2014
OSB Course ID:
OnDemand: 90*1817
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Description

Join our extraordinary panel of speakers for the latest developments, analysis, and practice tips.

6 General and 1 Ethics MCLE Credits


BYOD – Mobile Device Challenges for Security and Privacy

  • Overview of cybersecurity risks associated with implementing BYOD programs
  • Practical advice for managing risks
  • Sample agreements
                 – Virginia Y. Lee
                 – Aravind Swaminathan

Privacy and Data Security in Payment Card and Card-Alternative Transactions

  • Payment systems and how they work—PCI-DSS and other standards
  • Regulation of payment systems by federal/state law and by contract
  • Enforcement and liability before and after breach
      By agencies, by banks, and in consumer class actions
                 – David L. Silverman

Lawyers as Business Associates: New Risks and Obligations under HIPAA

  • A background of HIPAA and HITECH
  • Determining whether lawyers are considered business associates
  • Outlining the steps necessary for compliance
  • Best practices for preventing breaches
  •  Penalties for violations
  • Other professional responsibility obligations
                  – Stephanie A. Cason

The Legal Ethics of Social Media (aka Friending Our Enemies, Boasting Through Blogs, and Tweeting Our Trials

  • Understanding the comprehensive use of social media by lawyers
  • Ethical implications of online advertising an promotion
  • Communicating through social media without breaching confidentiality
  • Using social media as an investigative tool in light of the new Oregon ethics opinion
  • Adopting strategies to reduce the risk of online activities
                   – Dayna E. Underhill

Workplace Privacy: A Competitive Advantage

  • Applicants, workers and PII/PHI
  •  Building a worker data privacy program
  • Workers pay it forward—Protecting your customers’ and patients’ PII
                  – Julie Ashworth Glover

Important Recent Developments and Trends in Privacy Law    

  • Notable FTC actions regarding privacy and data security
  • Privacy case law update
  • Emerging privacy principles in mobile app development
                  – Brianne L. Bridegum
                  – Colin Folawn

Cyber-Insecurity: Confronting Your Notification Anxiety

  • Data breach: will you know it when you see it?
  • State and Federal notification provisions
  • Typical notification mechanics
  • Who’s going to pay for this?
  • Preserving the privilege
  • Practical tips for the privacy practitioner
                   – Kelly T. Hagan

Red Rover or Dodgeball? Traversing the Privacy Playing Field in an Age of Enhanced FTC Enforcement

  • Using internal audits and strategies to prepare for a third party assessment
  • Best practices for completing a successful external audit
  • Recent FTC decrees and the potential impacts for your clients
                   – Jennifer Davide        

 

FACULTY=====================

Brianne L. Bridegum
Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC

Stephanie Cason
Program Co-Planner
Stoel Rives LLP

Jennifer Davide
Program Co-Planner
HTC

Colin Folawn
Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC

Julie Ashworth Glover
6 Degrees Privacy Consulting, LLC

Kelly T. Hagan
Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC

Virgina Y. Lee
Intel Corporation

Martin F. Medeiros, II
Program Co-Planner
Heekin Medeiros PC

David L. Silverman
Silverman Law LLC

Aravind Swaminathan
DLA Piper LLP

Dayna E. Underhill
Holland & Knight LLP

Jere M. Webb
Program Co-Planner
Stoel Rives LLP

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