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Answer Bar: Global Data Security Considerations for the Corporate Client

Contains material from Jul 2015 to Jun 2019

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Session 1: What Small and Mid-Size Businesses Need to Know About GDPR - The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been a game-changer for companies of all sizes. Learn the important details of GDPR including who it applies to, recent guidance from European Data Protection Authorities, and how to gauge and mitigate the risk to your organization.

Session 2: California and Other Privacy Law Developments in the Wake of GDPR - Review upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act requirements for covered businesses, hear about operational trade-offs in charting a compliance pathway for privacy, and learn about emerging privacy regimes both here in the US and internationally.

Session 3: Do You Know Where Your Data is?: Data Sharing and the State of the Law Modern companies are awash in data. Employees generate it and are usually looking for the most efficient way to share it internally and externally. Review the myriad of problems that can occur even with the most well-meaning of employees. From the possible export control risks of emailing technical information to an overseas colleague, to using Dropbox and other file sharing sites to exchange information, to providing data to contract employees, and more, explore the state of the law as it relates to data and what can happen if you lose control of it.

Session 4: Data Breaches, Big Data, and FTC Oversight - Learn how and why the FTC polices data breaches and the collection and exploitation of big data.

Session 5: Protecting Client Information-Cyber Protection Duties as an Attorney - Explore the ethical and legal obligations of attorneys and law firms to protect client data and communications from the latest cybersecurity threats.

Session 6: Ethics and Professionalism in a Global Environment Ethics and professionalism are being influenced by many factors in today’s global environment. Consider some of these factors, along with areas of commonality amongst the legal ethics rules from a sampling of jurisdictions.

Session 7: Law Firm Data Security and the Ethical Duty of Technology Competence - As clients demand attorneys deliver legal services more efficiently by using technology it increases pressure to have technical knowledge and proficiency. Further, the American Bar Association and 28 states have created a model rule for the ethical duty of technology competence. Hear an overview of the significant material risks and impact on a law firm following a breach and the potential consequences from an ethics and disciplinary perspective.
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Total Credit Hours:
5.50 | 2.50 ethics     Credit Info

TX MCLE credit expires: 8/31/2020

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

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1. What Small and Mid-Size Businesses Need to Know About GDPR (Jun 2019)

Tom Matzen

0.50 0.00 0.00 0.50  

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Video (mp4) 24 mins
Audio (mp3) 24 mins
Slides (pdf) 8 pgs

SESSION 1 — 24 mins, credit 0.50

Session 1:

What Small and Mid-Size Businesses Need to Know About GDPR (Jun 2019)

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been a game-changer for companies of all sizes. Learn the important details of GDPR including who it applies to, recent guidance from European Data Protection Authorities, and how to gauge and mitigate the risk to your organization.

Originally presented at: May 2019 Corporate Counsel Institute

Tom Matzen, Matzen Consulting Group - Austin, TX

2. California and Other Privacy Law Developments in the Wake of GDPR (Jun 2019)

Jessica Cassidy Katz, Devika Kornbacher, Sooji Seo

1.00 0.00 0.00 1.00  

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Video (mp4) 61 mins
Audio (mp3) 60 mins
Slides (pdf) 17 pgs

SESSION 2 — 61 mins, credit 1.00

Session 2:

California and Other Privacy Law Developments in the Wake of GDPR (Jun 2019)

Review upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act requirements for covered businesses, discuss operational trade-offs in charting a compliance pathway for privacy, and discuss emerging privacy regimes both here in the US and internationally.

Originally presented at: May 2019 Technology Law Conference

Jessica Cassidy Katz, Whole Foods Market - Austin, TX
Devika Kornbacher, Vinson & Elkins LLP - Houston, TX
Sooji Seo, Dell - Round Rock, TX

3. Do You Know Where Your Data is?: Data Sharing and the State of the Law (Jun 2018)

David M. Hoffman, Robert Arthur Rodriguez

0.75 0.00 0.00 0.75  

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Video (mp4) 48 mins
Audio (mp3) 48 mins
Slides (pdf) 20 pgs

SESSION 3 — 48 mins, credit 0.75

Session 3:

Do You Know Where Your Data is?: Data Sharing and the State of the Law (Jun 2018)

Modern companies are awash in data. Employees generate it and are usually looking for the most efficient way to share it internally and externally. Review the myriad of problems that can occur even with the most well-meaning of employees. From the possible export control risks of emailing technical information to an overseas colleague, to using Dropbox and other file sharing sites to exchange information, to providing data to contract employees, and more, explore the state of the law as it relates to data and what can happen if you lose control of it.  

Originally presented at: May 2018 Technology Law Conference

David M. Hoffman, Fish & Richardson P.C. - Austin, TX
Robert Arthur Rodriguez, Advanced Micro Devices - Austin, TX

4. Data Breaches, Big Data, and FTC Oversight (May 2018)

Pierre Grosdidier

0.75 0.00 0.00 0.75  

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Video (mp4) 46 mins
Slides (pdf)

SESSION 4 — 46 mins, credit 0.75

Session 4:

Data Breaches, Big Data, and FTC Oversight (May 2018)

Learn how and why the FTC polices data breaches and the collection and exploitation of big data. 

Originally presented at: May 2018 Data Breaches, Big Data, and FTC Oversight

Pierre Grosdidier, Haynes and Boone, LLP - Houston, TX

5. Protecting Client Information-Cyber Protection Duties as an Attorney (May 2018)

William R. Daugherty, Andy Sawyer

1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 | 1.00 ethics  

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Video (mp4) 61 mins
Audio (mp3) 61 mins
Slides (pdf) 22 pgs

SESSION 5 — 61 mins, credit 1.00 | 1.00 ethics

Session 5:

Protecting Client Information-Cyber Protection Duties as an Attorney (May 2018)

Explore the ethical and legal obligations of attorneys and law firms to protect client data and communications from the latest cybersecurity threats.

Originally presented at: Apr 2018 Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Institute

William R. Daugherty, Baker & Hostetler LLP - Houston, TX
Andy Sawyer, Locke Lord LLP - Dallas , TX

6. Ethics and Professionalism in a Global Environment (Jul 2015)

Arnold J. Johnson

1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 | 1.00 ethics  

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Audio (mp3) 63 mins
Paper (pdf) 37 pgs

SESSION 6 — 63 mins, credit 1.00 | 1.00 ethics

Session 6:

Ethics and Professionalism in a Global Environment (Jul 2015)

Ethics and professionalism are being influenced by many factors in today’s global environment. Consider some of these factors, along with areas of commonality amongst the legal ethics rules from a sampling of jurisdictions.

Originally presented at: Jun 2015 International Upstream Energy

Arnold J. Johnson, Noble Energy Inc. - Houston, TX

7. Law Firm Data Security and the Ethical Duty of Technology Competence (Jun 2018)

Elizabeth C. Rogers

0.50 0.50 0.00 0.50 | 0.50 ethics  

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Video (mp4) 35 mins
Audio (mp3) 37 mins
Slides (pdf) 21 pgs

SESSION 7 — 35 mins, credit 0.50 | 0.50 ethics

Session 7:

Law Firm Data Security and the Ethical Duty of Technology Competence (Jun 2018)

As clients demand attorneys deliver legal services more efficiently by using technology it increases pressure to have technical knowledge and proficiency. Further, the American Bar Association and 28 states have created a model rule for the ethical duty of technology competence. Hear an overview of the significant material risks and impact on a law firm following a breach and the potential consequences from an ethics and disciplinary perspective. 

Originally presented at: May 2018 Technology Law Conference

Elizabeth C. Rogers, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP - Austin, TX