Privacy By Design, Choice and Transparency: What a New Framework Will Mean for Business and Technology

Kelley Drye Seminar

January 20, 2011 from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm (EST)

Live and via teleconference, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP presents its 3rd annual privacy law seminar.

As businesses strive to innovate and evolve using new technologies, federal agencies including the FTC and FCC, the Congress, and state regulators are increasing scrutiny on privacy practices in an effort to protect consumers.

On the heels of the FTC’s proposed new framework for protecting consumer privacy, Kelley Drye gathers government leaders from key federal agencies and policy experts for a discussion about how new privacy regulations and best practices, pending privacy and data security legislation, and enforcement trends are impacting U.S. companies ranging from retailers to telecommunications and technology companies.

To listen to a recording of the seminar, click here.

Keynote Speakers

Jessica Rich, Deputy Director, FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection

Ari Schwartz, Senior Internet Policy Advisor, National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce

Aaron Burstein, Telecommunications Policy Analyst, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce

Josh Gottheimer, Senior Counselor to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski

Peter Swire, Professor of Law, Ohio State University; former Obama Administration Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, National Economic Council; and former Clinton Administration Chief Counselor for Privacy, U.S. Office of Management and Budget

CLE Credit Opportunity

Continuing Legal Education credit for this program may be available in certain jurisdictions. If you are interested in applying to receive CLE credit, please include your desired CLE jurisdiction(s) and your bar registration number when you register.

Receive 2.5 General New York CLE Credit Hours. In accordance with the requirements of the New York State Legal Education Board, this non-transitional continuing legal education program is not approved for the newly-admitted attorneys within the first two years of admission to the Bar.