2021 Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Virtual Seminar Agenda


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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Time (Central) Program
12:00 p.m. Welcome and Introductions

Laura Fey, Fey LLC, Leawood, KS
Brent J. Arnold, Gowling WLG, Toronto, Canada
12:10 p.m. CLE Session 1: Data Protection and Privacy Class Action Trends

Data protection and privacy class action litigation continue to be the top concerns of general counsel. This panel will address the newest trends in biometric, IoT and other class action data protection and privacy class action litigation. Panelists will provide their insights, perspectives, and practice tips.

Brett Doran, Greenberg Traurig, Chicago, IL
Jena Valdetero, Greenburg Traurig, Chicago, IL
Jason Rebholz, MOXFIVE, Tysons, VA
1:10 p.m. CLE Session 2: Current State of U.S. Data Protection and Privacy Regulations

This session will provide an overview of the current state of federal and state data protection and privacy regulations. It will focus on recently passed comprehensive privacy laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act, the California Privacy Rights Act, the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act and the Colorado Privacy Act. It will highlight U.S. regulatory activity and guidance. Panelists will conclude the discussion by providing their predictions on future U.S. data protection and privacy regulations.

Kurt Hunt, Dinsmore, Cincinnati, OH
Matthew Diaz, Dinsmore, Columbus, OH
2:10 p.m. Break
2:20 p.m. CLE Session 3: Teaching Machines Not to See Color [or Gender or Ethnicity]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is used to make many decisions that directly affect real people; decisions about loans, jobs, advertising, medical treatments, etc. Originally touted as color-blind decision makers, many discriminatory patterns have emerged. This panel will examine how AI is used, the problems that have emerged, and how the risk of discrimination can be mitigated.

Richik Sarkar, Dinsmore, Cleveland, OH
Michele Gilman, University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, MD
3:20 p.m. CLE Session 4: Global Data Protection and Privacy Developments

Globally, legislators are regularly updating data protection and privacy laws in an (arguably futile) attempt to keep up with changes in technology. During this discussion, panelists will provide an overview of important data protection and privacy concepts, and talk about current state data protection and privacy obligations imposed by global laws and regulations. They will address important, recent legal developments in data protection and privacy, and provide recommendations for complying with challenging and ever-changing data protection and privacy laws.

Odia Kagan, Fox Rothschild, Philadelphia, PA
Alex Nisenbaum, Blank Rome, Los Angeles, CA
Jorge Allende, Allende Garcia, Lima, Peru
Takeshi Yanaike, Tokyo, Japan
4:20 p.m. Break
4:30 p.m. Zoom Networking/Meeting Activities
5:00 p.m. Adjourn