2016 Privacy & Data Security Outlook: Navigate U.S., EU Risks and Trends

Wednesday Feb. 3  8-11 a.m. @ Bloomberg Government, 1101 K St., N.W., 5th Floor, Washington, D.C. 2005

Join experts to get insights into top privacy trends for 2016 and tips on how to navigate the new compliance landscape both in the U.S. and abroad. Panelists will discuss significant data protection changes in the EU and privacy and cybersecurity developments in the U.S. that you need to know to best serve your clients.

RSVP now for this interactive, free, CLE-eligible session to:


  • understand compliance priorities and shifts brought on by the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation;
  • navigate potential dramatic changes companies doing business with the EU need to understand;
  • gain insight into any U.S.-EU Safe Harbor replacement;
  • get an in-depth analysis of the interplay between national security and privacy interests;
  • learn about the implications of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act;
  • review the top 10 global privacy and security issues for 2016.

The event will have two panels and opportunities for questions from the audience.

I will be moderating a panel focusing on U.S. issues, which will feature James H. Koenig, of counsel, Litigation Department, Paul Hastings LLP, and Hugo Teufel, Raytheon Co. senior privacy counsel. 

Jim Halpert, partner, DLA Piper, will be moderating a panel focusing on EU issues, which will feature Ted Dean, deputy assistant secretary for services at the Department of Commerce International Trade Administration, and DLA Piper partners Carol A.F. Umhoefer and Giangiocomo Olivi.

As a bonus, all attendees will receive a complimentary copy of Preview: Privacy & Data Security 2016.

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