Privacy and Security Law Institute (Ninth Annual)

July 21-22, 2008

University of Chicago Gleacher Center- Chicago, Illinois

This seminar will focus on the following key privacy and security law fundamentals:

  • The latest federal and state legislation, regulations and decisions regarding privacy and security
  • International data protection developments in Europe, Asia and elsewhere, and their impact on U.S. companies
  • Recent developments in the law of privacy in the workplace
  • Responding to security breaches and the latest legislative developments pertaining to information security
  • Privacy implications in the use of behavioral advertising methods
  • Managing privacy, security and regulatory compliance issues in M&A, outsourcing, offshoring and other corporate and commercial transactions
  • Developing law regarding data retention and data destruction
  • Government and civil litigant requests for information - how to respond
  • Emerging standards for information security, such as the Payment Card Industry Security Standard
  • Ethical issues for lawyers arising from using information technology and handling personally identifiable information
  • Legal trends in identity management and online authentication
  • What leading CPOs view as compliance best practices
Mayer Brown Participants

Jeffrey P. Taft

Hosted by: PLI

CLE credit is available.