Join me at the 2012 NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum.
My good friends at HB Litigation Conferences present:
NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum
June 4-5, 2012| Hyatt at the Bellevue, Philadelphia, PA
I’ll be a speaker on a panel discussing the “State of the Cyber Nation – Cases, Theories, and Damages”:
State of the Cyber Nation – Cases, Theories, and Damages
•Is actual harm still needed?
•Statutory framework – CMIA litigation, Video Protection Privacy Act, and the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act
•Notable recent cases and their impact
•Current theories of liability and claims alleged
•How to present damages in this era
•How to minimize the chance of litigation after a breach and settlement opportunities
•More sophisticated defenses
•Identity Theft Restoration Act-suing hackers? How federal courts may change the game
•Medical disclosure cases and how they fit into the mix
•Developments in insurance coverage for cyber and privacy risks
Theodore Kobus III, Esq., Baker & Hostetler LLP (Moderator)
John Mullen Sr., Esq., Nelson Levine de Luca & Horst, LLC
Scott Godes, Esq, [formerly] Dickstein Shapiro
Jamie Sheller, Esq., Sheller P.C.
Mark Camillo, Chartis Insurance
Ben Barnow, Esq., Barnow & Associates, P.C.
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