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Should the EU’s Right to Be Forgotten Ruling Be Extended to the U.S.?

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DESCRIPTION

EU privacy regulators want the right to be forgotten – the delisting of information on the Internet – to go global. This webinar, consisting of a panel of privacy attorneys, will cover a discussion surrounding the issues stemming from the EU’s Right to Be Forgotten ruling, whether this ruling could extend to U.S. search engines, and what legislation needs to be explored in order to properly address the international implications of this ruling.

Educational Objectives:
• Learn more about the intricacies of the ruling
• Explore the negative impact the ruling could have if applied in countries outside the EU
• How to adequately prepare your US clients for any international implications of this ruling

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Intellectual Property attorneys would stand to gain the most from this seminar, specifically those with a focus on privacy.

SPEAKERS

KEVIN M. MOSS, COUNSEL, KRAMER LEVIN NAFTALIS & FRANKEL

Mr. Kevin Moss’s practice focuses on technology, internet, and software related transactions and licensing, intellectual property counseling, trademark law, copyright law, and intellectual property litigation.  Mr. Moss has significant experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting technology transactions, including software licensing, development, implementation, and support agreements, application service provider agreements, technology, information, network, and business process outsourcing agreements, e-commerce and internet-related agreements, intellectual property license agreements, and other technology and intellectual property rich business and corporate agreements.  He regularly counsels clients on the protection, enforcement, and registration of registration of trademarks and domain names, including advising clients on worldwide trademark strategy, and supervising the maintenance and protection of multinational trademark portfolios.

Mr. Moss is admitted to practice in New York and in the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.  He earned his J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis and his B.A. from the University of Missouri at Columbia.


KAREN H. BROMBERG, PARTNER, COHEN & GRESSER

Ms. Karen Bromberg is the head of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology group.  Her intellectual property practice focuses on litigation, counseling, and dispute resolution in all aspects of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, trade dress, copyrights, unfair competitions, trade secrets, and internet related issues.  She regularly negotiates and drafts license agreements for clients in a diverse range of industries including consumer products, software, and financial services.  Ms. Bromberg also represents companies in connection with the due diligence review and evaluation of target companies’ intellectual property assets in connection with joint ventures, asset purchases, mergers and acquisitions, and co-branding and distribution agreements.  Additionally, Ms. Bromberg is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) with certifications covering both U.S. and European privacy law.  She advises clients on a broad range of privacy and data protection matters, including privacy policies and procedures, regulatory investigations, global compliance, cross-border data transfers, cybersecurity and network intrusion issues, and contractual issues involving privacy and security with an emphasis on litigation avoidance.

Ms. Bromberg is admitted to practice in New York, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.  She earned her J.D. from the University of Miami Law School and her B.A. from George Washington University. 


FERDINAND GRAF, MANAGING PARTNER, GRAF & PITKOWITZ

Mr. Ferdinand Graf is the Managing Partner and Head of Mergers & Acquisitions, Competition, and Cartel groups at Graf & Pitkowitz (Austria).  He often handles cross-border transactions, such as recent company acquisitions in Italy, Moldova, and Bosnia.  He was previously an Associate with Austrian law firms, interned at ArentFox in Washington, D.C.  Mr. Graf is a member of the Austrian Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the International Bar Association.

Mr. Graf is licensed to practice in Austria and New York.  He earned his L.L.M. from New York University and his J.D., with honors, from the University of Vienna.


ANDY ROTH, PARTNER, DENTONS

Mr. Andy Roth is the legacy co-chair of Dentons’ global Privacy and Security group.  Mr. Roth has deep experience enabling new technologies such as social, mobile, cloud and big data, with a specialization in large-scale systems that leverage proprietary and third-party data to drive actionable insights and organizational transformation.  Mr. Roth’s unique background in law and technology helps him design client-focused strategies for accelerating new products and services to market with strict respect for personal privacy.  Prior to joining Dentons, Mr. Roth was the Chief Privacy Officer globally for American Express.  Mr. Roth maintains close relationships with though leaders in Silicon Valley, Washington, D.C., and around the world, and he has gained a reputation as both a privacy advocate and a technology evangelist.

 

Mr. Roth is admitted to practice in New York.  He earned his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Michigan.