Mar

    How to Ethically Anticipate, Investigate, and Litigate a Data Breach

    1 PM EDT

    Learn how to protect corporate data, develop effective incident response plans, and put together the right team to respond to a cyber incident BEFORE you find out about a breach.
    $195
    NON-MEMBERS
    $150
    MEMBERS
    $95
    SECTION MEMBERS
    Register Now *Additional discounts may apply at checkout

    Log In to view your rate

    Join now to receive additional discounts
    Join and Buy – NOW

    This program will discuss the steps attorneys should take to identify and protect sensitive data and to comply with privacy and cybersecurity laws including the GDPR and CCPA. The speakers, who include attorneys with expertise in forensics, and attorneys who are data protection officers at their companies, will address ways to respond to potential breaches and conduct appropriate investigations, including when to involve outside counsel, how and to what extent the investigation can be covered by attorney client privilege, how to maintain privilege when involving experts in the investigation, and how to deal with privilege, confidentiality and waiver issues that may arise if the company seeks assistance from the FBI or other government agency in connection with the investigation.

    The program will cover attorneys’ ethical obligations to protect client information, including the recent ABA Formal Opinion 483 and the obligations it imposes on attorneys, as well as Model Rules 1.1, 1.4, 1.6, 5.1 and 5.3; attorneys’ ethical duty to remain abreast of technology in order to competently represent clients and what that means in the cybersecurity context; and factors for attorneys to consider as to when to put a litigation hold in place, preserve corporate data, and avoid spoliation sanctions.

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Mar 11, 2019

    2019-03-11T13:00:00-04:00 2019-03-11T14:30:00-04:00 How to Ethically Anticipate, Investigate, and Litigate a Data Breach Learn how to protect corporate data, develop effective incident response plans, and put together the right team to respond to a cyber incident BEFORE you find out about a breach.

    Moderators

    Sponsors

    MCLE Information

    The ABA will seek 1.50 CLE ethics credit hours in 60-minute-hour states, and 1.80 ethics credit hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.

    View - MCLE Details

    Panelists

    Gail Gottehrer (Moderator), Irene Amu, Ronald Hedges, Johnny Lee, Debbie Reynolds, Wendy Wu.

    Related Products

    Related On-Demand CLE