Privacy Law, Coronavirus, and Post-Pandemic Best Practices

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    The large-scale shift to remote work and a global focus on health information presents unique privacy concerns for law firms and companies of all sizes. Employers are feeling pressured to make decisions that will have far-reaching effects, including about employee information and data security, telehealth use, biometric data, and consumer trust and data protection.

    This webinar is designed to help attorneys counseling companies about the privacy issues central to managing their workforce, implementing new technology, engaging vendors, and updating policies and procedures. Our speakers will address the legal, regulatory and practical risks in the privacy and data security arena, as well as best practices for companies adjusting to a drastically different environment.

     

    Educational Objectives
    • Learn about key issues across myriad jurisdictions regarding data protection
    • Assess the impact of global health and economic developments on compliance with privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR, CCPA and HIPAA
    • Understand the implications of changes to employee policies, customer data protection processes, technology adoption and more
    • Explore ways to adapt experience gained for a post-pandemic environment

    Presenters

    Elliot R. Golding
    Partner, Squire Patton Boggs

    Wendi S. Lazar
    Partner, Outten & Golden LLP

    Melissa A. Siebert
    Partner, Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P

    Amanda Allen (Moderator)
    Analysis Team Lead, Bloomberg Law

    For more information, visit the webinar registration page.