A Roadmap to Quick GDPR Compliance
Date: Wednesday, October 4h, 2017
Time: 12pm ET | 9am PT
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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is weighing heavily on inhouse counsel with the deadline looming only months away in spring 2018. Companies are racing to understand how it will affect everything from product development to recordkeeping and discovery, while trying to effectively implement with business considerations. Their ask—help me comply with the least disruption possible.
Join us for this conversation hosted by Bloomberg Law and Inside Counsel to discuss the most critical steps top privacy leaders are taking to ready their organizations for GDPR compliance. The Editors in Chief of both Corporate Counsel and Legaltech News will moderate this discussion with a distinguished panel of privacy leaders from Fenwick & West, Macy’s, eBay, and AT&T. Walk away with critical next steps to optimize your organization’s readiness for May 2018.
Register now to get:
- Best practices for a roadmap to compliance
- Tips to efficiently integrate controls with business operations
- Effective strategies for mitigating risk
Heather D. Nevitt
Executive Editor, Corporate Counsel and Inside Counsel;
Editor in Chief, Texas Lawyer
Heather Nevitt is the Executive Editor of Corporate Counsel and Inside Counsel and Editor in Chief of Texas Lawyer. After practicing law for several years, Heather joined ALM in 2005. Heather and her team have been recognized for outstanding journalism winning over a dozen local and national awards. Heather is a born Buckeye and earned her juris doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law in East Lansing, Michigan.
Editor-In-Chief, Legaltech News
Zach Warren is the editor-in-chief of Legaltech News, a national magazine of ALM Media. In his role, he helps explore the intersection of law and technology, writing and editing feature and daily articles for Legaltechnews.com and in The American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel print magazines. Before LTN, Zach worked at InsideCounsel magazine and sports analytics startup numberFire. He currently lives in Minneapolis and received his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University.
Co-Chair, Privacy & Security Practice
Fenwick & West LLP
Jim Koenig is the Co-Chair of our Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice. His practice focuses on advising emerging startups to Fortune 100 companies on a range of issues, including global privacy compliance, security/cybersecurity and breach response, data use policies and regulatory investigations and enforcement actions or class-action litigations relating to privacy and cybersecurity practices. Jim also has extensive experience helping companies with new and emerging technologies, including analytics, machine learning, social media, mobile, location-based services, internet of things, behavioral advertising, autonomous vehicles/connected cars, smart homes/cities, biotech/medical devices, genetics, blockchain security and others.
Assistant Vice President
Justin Koplow is an attorney with AT&T’s Privacy and Data Protection team. He advises on international privacy law, including leading and supporting AT&T’s effort to ensure compliance with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Prior to relocating to Texas, Mr. Koplow was a legal counsel for the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Mr. Koplow is a graduate of Georgetown University and earned his J.D. from Georgetown Law.