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Conducting a Data Security and Cybersecurity Audit of your Organization: What In-House Counsel Should Know

Program Number: 2704 Presenter: Art Ehuan, David A. Zetoony, Esq.

David Zetoony, Chair of Bryan Cave LLP’s data privacy and security team, and Art Ehuan, Managing Director of A&M’s Global Cyber Risk Services practice, discuss various methods for auditing an organization's compliance with the data security laws. Additionally, they discuss the use of the NIST CyberSecurity Framework (CSF) to define the cyber risk profile of a company and how to minimize the identified risk throughout the organization.

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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act: What Every Counsel Should Know to Avoid Surprise Liability

Program Number: 2703 Presenter: Joshua A. Mize, Esq, Daniel I. Prywes, Esq. - Morris, Manning & Martin

The federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act governs when and under what conditions a company or non-profit organization may call a person’s telephone number using an automated telephone dialing system or a prerecorded message. The damages for violation of the TCPA can be substantial, based on $500 per improper call on a strict liability basis. This program covers: (1) the requirements for obtaining consent to call a person using an automated dialing system or prerecorded message; (2) the most recent case law examining the types of equipment which qualify as an automated dialing system; (3) specific regulations under the TCPA pertaining to telemarketers; (4) industry-specific regulations and exemptions under the TCPA; and (5) common issues that arise in TCPA litigation and best practices to avoid litigation.

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Federal Court Practice: Responding to Complaints

Program Number: 2702 Presenter: Laura Jane Durfee, Esq., Mark W. Rasmussen, Esq.

Being sued in federal court is an unenviable experience that can distress even the most prepared defendant. Understanding the fundamentals of responding to a lawsuit can alleviate some of that stress and can also help you select the right path forward to have the best chance of successfully defending the case. Join our presenters as they discuss the nuts and bolts of responding to complaints in federal court. What are the deadlines for responding? Is it better to file a motion or answer the complaint? And what should you consider as you decide whether to counter sue? These questions and more are addressed in this informative program that is geared toward in-house lawyers who want a better understanding of the litigation process and young law firm practitioners seeking an advantage in their next case.

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New 2017 Major Changes to TTAB Practice: What Trademark Practitioners Need to Know Now

Program Number: 2658IP Presenter: Anthony F. Lo Cicero, Esq.

The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) has announced amendments to its rules of practice effective January 14, 2017. They will affect not only new proceedings but any proceeding pending on January 14, 2017. The amendments are intended to enhance efficiency and clarify processes, increase use of electronic filing, harmonize the rules with existing case law and federal rules and codify existing practice. Anthony Lo Cicero of Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP discusses these amendments and the significant impact they will have on trademark practice.

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Drafting Enforceable Class Arbitration Waivers

Program Number: 2657 Presenter: Meridyth M. Andresen, Esq., J. Alex Grimsley

In this program for plaintiffs’ and defense counsel, as well as in-house counsel, our presenters discuss the evolving legal landscape surrounding the enforceability of class action waivers in arbitration agreements and the real-world, practical concerns the practitioner and clients must address when asked to implement such agreements.

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Antitrust Law and Data: What In-House Counsel Should Know to Avoid the Misuse of Customer Data

Program Number: 2655 Presenter: Robert S.K. Bell, Esq, Jacob A. Kramer, Esq

Both the EU and US antitrust regulators are struggling to face the challenges of data. Robert Bell and Jacob Kramer tell you what you need to know to help you guide your business in data collection and utilization. The European side of the talk will focus on the regulatory response to the growth of dominant tech players and how regulators and law makers now hope to tackle the issues. Is competition law the best weapon to regulate data and consumer protection issues? Is it too late and are these companies too dominant, or is there a way forward? Alternatively, are the regulators right to tackle these issues, or is politics being entwined with law? On the US side, our presenters focus on similar issues, including emerging views of the relationship between data and competition law, and agency enforcement related to data.

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Protecting Your Client’s Company from Negative Impact of Divorce

Program Number: 2654 Presenter: Megan Lopp Mathias, Esq.

Megan Mathias discusses important legal issues and the related documents and provisions for counsel regarding their or their client’s company in the wake of a business partner’s divorce. Topics include: • Premarital agreements • Critical Shareholder Agreement and Operating Agreement Provisions • Other planning strategies

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Recent Amendments to the SEC's Rules of Practice for Administrative Proceedings

Program Number: 2653 Presenter: Thomas R. Cushing, Esq., Mark W. Rasmussen, Esq., Evan P. Singer, Esq.

SEC enforcement actions are, more often than not, brought in the administrative forum. At the same time, critics have argued that the SEC's procedural rules for administrative proceedings are unfair, and some have challenged the constitutionality of the rules in federal courts around the country. In the face of these challenges, the SEC has recently adopted amendments to the SEC's rules of practice for administrative proceedings. Join our presenters for an important discussion about what changes have been made and whether they provide adequate procedural safeguards.

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EU-US Cross Border Transfers, Privacy Shield, Model Clauses, and Binding Corporate Rules

Program Number: 2652 Presenter: Carolyn Krampitz, Esq., David A. Zetoony, Esq.

Multinational companies and United States-based service providers have long struggled with transferring information from the European Union to the United States, and balancing legal compliance with practical need. With the invalidation of the Safe Harbor in 2015, the struggle became even more difficult. Although there remains uncertainty concerning how long the different methods for transferring information will continue to be recognized, with the approval of Privacy Shield, we have finally reached at least a temporary period of stability. This program covers the legal and regulatory issues involved with transferring information from the European Union to the United States, and discusses the three methods that are recognized for doing so: The Privacy Shield, standard model clauses, and binding corporate rules. Note: The Privacy Shield after the Safe Harbor is also the subject of a recent program, EU-U.S. Data Transfer—Life after the Safe Harbor under the “Privacy Shield” (2605), available now on

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Trends in New York Attorney General Enforcement: Important Developments for All Corporate and White Collar Attorneys

Program Number: 2651 Presenter: Harold K. Gordon, Esq., Lisa M. Ledbetter, Esq.

As the pace of New York Attorney General (AG) enforcement actions continues to accelerate, what are the trends so far and what patterns are emerging for 2016 and beyond? In this program for all corporate and white collar attorneys and litigators with clients having any business activities in NY, our panelists discuss key enforcement actions against financial, retail and manufacturing businesses located in NY and elsewhere, highlighting the unique authority of the NY AG and its regulatory cousin, the NY Department of Financial Services, and offering practical tips for counsel responding to the such enforcement actions.

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