Healthy Data Management: Essential Strategies for Governing PHI, PII, and Highly Sensitive Data during an Acquisition or Divestiture

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Meet The Speakers

Elliot Golding
Counsel, Crowell & Moring
James Arnold
Managing Director, U.S. Forensic Technology Services, KPMG
Brian Tuemmler
Information Governance Product Manager, Nuix (moderator)
Jeffrey D. Bridges
Director, Information Governance, NA, Boehringer Ingelheim USA


This is a complimentary program sponsored by Nuix.

Nuix KPMG 8-4-16

The merger and divestiture process for any type of company raises issues of data management and protection, particularly with the ease employees use technology to collect, store, and use data. Due to the nature of the confidential data that health care, life sciences, and pharmaceutical companies create and retain, these types of organizations face higher standards and specific issues related to the retention and protection of data when engaged in the merger or divestiture transaction process. Companies must balance the demand for access and sharing of data to meet business needs with legal and compliance obligations to protect highly sensitive data.

Join us for a 60-minute panel discussion covering the information governance life cycle for health care, life sciences, and pharmaceutical companies, from identification of sensitive data to storing and protecting that data during mergers and divestitures. You will gain insight on how to effectively manage and store your data as well as tips for developing an information governance program designed specifically to handle the type of sensitive data your health-focused company maintains.

Educational Objectives:
• Data management considerations for companies responsible for maintaining personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI), and confidential or sensitive data.
• Unique issues that arise when highly sensitive data is involved during the merger and divestiture transaction process.
• Strategies to develop effective policies and procedures for data life cycle management.

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
C-suite executives and in-house counsel from life sciences, pharmaceutical, and health care companies; outside counsel advising these companies; litigation support professionals.

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Elliot Golding, Counsel, Crowell & Moring

Mr. Elliot Golding is a counsel in Crowell & Moring LLP’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Group.  Mr. Golding’s practice emphasizes partnering with clients to develop efficient and effective privacy and cybersecurity solutions that enable business.  Starting from a deep understanding of his client’s industries, particularly the health care sector, Mr. Golding provides holistic compliance counseling that integrates legal, technical, and practical advice.  This holistic approach takes into consideration not only what the law currently requires, but also forward looking best practices to help both large and emerging companies remain competitive and compliant in the rapidly evolving privacy and cyber landscape.  In addition to counseling, Mr. Golding has managed dozens of breach response matters for companies in nearly every sector of the economy through all aspects of investigation, notification, remediation, and regulator interface (including federal regulators such as the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) and State Attorneys General).

Mr. Golding is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US) and co-chairs the E-Privacy Committee within the ABA Section of Science and Technology Law.  He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Maryland.  He earned his J.D., magna cum laude, from The George Washington University Law School and his B.A., with distinction, from the University of Virginia.

James Arnold, Managing Director, U.S. Forensic Technology Services, KPMG

Mr.Jim Arnold is a managing director in KPMG’s U.S. Forensic Technology Services and leads KPMG’s Midwest Forensic Technology team. Mr. Arnold’s legal and business skills bring effective results in matters relating to Mergers & Acquisitions, Forensic Technology Investigations, eDiscovery, Cyber Investigations, Digital Evidence Recovery, Data Identification & Remediation and Reasonable Retention. Specifically, Mr. Arnold helps clients identify and respond to merger and acquisition activities, investigations, and litigation and proactively develop Litigation Support and Data Identification & Remediation programs.

Mr. Arnold has over 25 years of practical business and legal experience, including over 15 years of private legal practice, in-house legal, and forensic consulting experience. Mr. Arnold’s industry experience includes healthcare, life sciences, telecommunications, manufacturing, financial services, power & utilities, real estate management, and consumer products.

Brian Tuemmler, Information Governance Product Manager, Nuix (moderator)

Since 1991, Mr. Brian Tuemmler has advised clients in the areas of strategic and information planning projects with an emphasis on new technologies, classifying content, and identifying the benefits of process improvement and technology enhancement. He is an Information Governance Product Manager with Nuix and his responsibilities include guiding the information governance practice and managing the direction of Nuix Sensitive Data Finder, Nuix Management Console, and Nuix Voice. He also helps Information Governance practitioners and sponsors set up and manage enterprise governance programs through methodology, training, tools and software. He has spoken and published articles for ARMA, AIIM and MER for several years.

Jeffrey D. Bridges, Director, Information Governance, NA, Boehringer Ingelheim USA

Mr. Jeffrey Bridges is an Information Governance professional with more than twenty-five years’ experience as an attorney and in Records & Information Management, Data Protection/Privacy, and Information Protection.  He leads Information Governance for Boehringer Ingelheim USA and is responsible for those related operations for the United States.  He also serves as Data Protection Officer for the US.  In this role he is instrumental in ensuring compliance with the EU Data Protection Directives governing trans-national data exchanges.  His leadership has been instrumental in addressing issues related to data migration, changing technologies, social media and cloud environments across national boundaries. He is a noted speaker and author on Information Governance topics.