Please join us for our annual exploration of cutting-edge legal, business, and technology issues in artificial intelligence, big data, and the cloud as these sectors become the most active and important for technology law and policy. As with many events this year, we have adapted our standard daylong conference to be a 2 ½-hour webinar of virtual presentations. The day will include our annual exploration of the latest in government secrecy and surveillance, and a new session on litigation developments in copyright law. We will continue exploring growing issues related to AI and biometrics, and take deep dives on how to best align the evolving California consumer privacy law with state, federal U.S. and EU activity into a coherent privacy framework.
Full agenda and speakers to be announced soon. Sign up now for one of the most popular CLEs of the season!
2.0 CLE WSBA Credits Pending
2020 Program Co-Chairs
- Jill Ballo - Assistant General Counsel, Cloud + Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft Corporation
- Louisa Barash - Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
- Dan Waggoner - Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
- Kurt Wimmer - Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
DWT partner Nancy Libin will be taking part in the panel "The Patchwork of Privacy Laws." This panel will discuss how the California privacy law continues to evolve and confound, while other states either pass or consider their own privacy laws. In the background, federal lawmakers and agencies seek coherence and the EU developments continue apace. The panel will suggest ways to align and offer practical solutions for ways to address the developing patchwork of privacy laws.
Partner K.C. Halm will be in the panel titled "Biometrics and Facial Recognition," examining how state law and judicial developments are exploding in this area of enormous public sensitivity.
Contact McKenzie Conte with questions.