On Friday, February 8, 2013, Touro Law Center's Institute for Business Law and Technology will be hosting and half-day CLE Program on privacy and data protection. Privacy and data protection are increasingly the subject of new laws, regulations and litigation. This CLE will provide practitioners of all types with critical information and best practices for themselves and their clients.
Session 1: Current Developments in Privacy Laws (1.5 practice credits)
Topics to be covered include:
• Health information and genetic privacy
• Children’s privacy
• Financial privacy
• Data breaches and notification.
Session 2: Chief Privacy Officers: Roles and Responsibilities (1 practice credit)
A panel of current and former Chief Privacy Officers will discuss their roles and how they interact with outside attorneys, businesspeople and enforcement bodies.
Session 3: Privacy Compliance By Attorneys (1 ethics credit)
A practical discussion of how attorneys may need to comply with privacy requirements relating to their clients far beyond just the general ethical obligations of confidentiality, in contexts such as
• Social media
• Telecommuting and mobile lawyering
• E-filing in state and federal courts
• Information technology services.
Program registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the CLE program will be held from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. The cost of the program is $25 and refreshments will be served. Register today at www.tourolaw.edu/cleregistration, call (631) 761-7005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org