Date: June 9-10, 2011
Location: The Union League of Philadelphia – 140 South Broad Street
Chairs: Richard Bortnick, Esq., Cozen O’Connor, West Conshohocken, PA
Toby Merrill, VP & National Privacy, Technology & Media Liability Product Manager, ACE Professional Risk
Meredith Schnur, Professional Risk Group, Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, Inc., New York
Jim Whetstone, Senior Vice President, US Technology and Privacy Manager, Hiscox Specialty, Chicago
CLE Credits: 8.5-10 CLE credits
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HB Litigation Conferences Presents it’s 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum. Last year’s program made a big splash in the industry and this year’s program will surpass the 2010 event. Come join us! This program is competitively priced while offering the hottest topics and a faculty made up of the thought leaders in this new emerging area of litigation.
We’ve got 45 experts spanning 1.5 days!! Plus this year’s program offers an opportunity to tailor your educational experience with two different tracks of programming on June 9th. And this year’s program is filled with the hot topics that are keeping you and your client up at night.
Keynote address from Jeffrey L. Seglin, Nationally Syndicated Columnist of The Right Thing and Author of The Right Thing: Conscience, Profit and Personal Responsibility in Today’s Business.
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Delegate Rates: Attorneys: $1,195**; Insurers & Brokers: $895**; Risk Managers and CFOs: $795**
Sitting Judges or Special Masters: FREE
Individual & Group Discounts Available
Please contact Brownie Bokelman at 484-324-2755 x212 or Brownie.Bokelman@litigationconferences.com to discuss these options.
You can still benefit from our programs! Audio, video recordings and handbooks are available for our conferences! Individually priced and packaged, each captures the information and insights delivered by our faculty. Hear from experts, gain new perspectives, and learn proven techniques. For more information, click here, call 484-324-2755, or email email@example.com to reserve your copy today!
|Should organizations be concerned about litigation following a data breach?||Which companies should be most concerned about data breaches or the release of private information? How do hackers get in? What are the common security weak spots?|
|The Internet Age has generated new debates in insurance law around the definitions of property damage, tangible data, publication and other terms contained in policy language.||When multiple insurance policies are in effect at the time a cyber attack or data breach occurs, what are the coverage implications?|
|Public companies have particular concerns when it comes to cyber attacks, data breaches or the release of private information. And the directors and officers of those companies have risks of their own.||Jamie Sheller on Cyber Risk.|
Hear what Meredith Schnur has to say about working with corporations to help reduce and cover their cyber risks.
Toby Merrill on Social Media Risk.
|Hear what Vinnie Sakore has to say about some of the primary cyber risks facing companies today.||Brad Gow on trends in cyber risk liability since the inaugural event in 2010.|
Cyber Risk in Read-Write Culture and Big Data
*All cancellations must be received in writing. Full refunds will be issued if cancellation requests are received 4 weeks before the event begins. Credits, good for 6 months from date of issue, will be issued if cancellation requests are received 3 weeks before the event begins. HBLC reserves the right to cancel any of its programs. Speakers, sessions and times are subject to change.
**Limit one discount per registrant. Discount cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer valid at the live event only and on new registrations only.