Thu28Feb20192:00 PM-3:00 PMHyatt Regency Chicago | Chicago, IL
Trending: GDPR and Data Privacy Laws?
When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became effective in May of 2018 companies and their lawyers scrambled to devise new privacy policies and practices. California and other states in the US are close behind with laws designed to give consumers more control of privacy and data usage. Here is what you need know about these regulations and what your firm (and your clients) should be doing now.
Thu28Feb20194:00 PM-5:00 PMHyatt Regency Chicago | Chicago, IL
The Devil is in the Details
Warren Buffet doesn’t want to be a pioneer in cyberinsurance because it is new, with little predictive history. Uncertainty lingers regarding the meaning of policy language that has not been resolved in litigation. Yet, cyberinsurance is critical to risk management. There is no silver bullet in technology to keep you safe. In this session, you will gain an understanding of the elements of a cyberinsurance policy for your firm and receive practical advice for purchasing cyberinsurance.
Fri22Feb20192:00 PM-3:00 PMMiami, FL
A New Sheriff in Town: The Increasing Importance of the EU in the Regulation of American Business
As the Trump administration works to reduce regulation in the United States, the European
Union is exporting an increasingly aggressive regulatory regimen in a number of areas
that significantly affect many US businesses. Probably the most far reaching recent EU
regulation is the recent (May 25, 2018) amendment to its data privacy law known as the
General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, which affects every company in the world
that comes in contact with any of the 28 member states’ citizens’ data. With 508 million
people, the EU has the power to set regulations that will affect most of the rest of the world.
This panel will discuss how American companies can cope with competing regulations, the
extent to which EU regulations will become de facto regulation in the US and what lawyers
need to know to properly advise their clients.
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