2019 All Hands Meeting
Product & Privacy Track Agenda

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Monday, Nov 18
9:30AM-10:30AM   
  
Social Media and eCommerce as a Global Product

Mark Mao/Mohan Nadig
Boies Schiller Flexner LLP/ByteDance/LinkedIn Corporation
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Many mobile applications are now truly global, used by millions everywhere. Maintaining consistency in the product across different countries and cultures can often be a daunting challenge. This session will attempt to discuss the various legal and product design challenges with global social media products, especially in political environments where data privacy and IP laws are hotly contested.

Monday, Nov 18
10:50AM-12:20PM   
  
State Your Privacy Policy: Complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act and Other State Privacy Regulations

Tracy Shapiro/Linsey Morrison/Laura Berger
DLA Piper/Eventbrite/Linked Corporation
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

The effective date is just weeks away for Silicon Valley's most important state-level privacy legislation - the California Consumer Privacy Act - and CA Attorney General enforcement will be enabled this summer. This discussion will focus on the CCPA and other state privacy rules of critical importance to Silicon Valley companies.

Monday, Nov 18
1:45PM-2:30PM   
  
Dare To Share: Practical Approaches to Data Sharing Arrangements

Gretchen Ramos/Flora Garcia/Laura Hamady
Greenberg Traurig, LLP/McAfee, LLC/Chronicle
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

For many Silicon Valley companies built on information commerce, data sharing can be essential but problematic in today's fast-changing regulatory environment. This presentation will discuss the current key restrictions on sharing data, and options for satisfying them within different company business models.

Monday, Nov 18
2:40PM-3:25PM   
  
Ads: When It's Just Business Is Personal, Too

Randi Singer/Thomas Chow
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP/PubMatic, Inc.
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Reports of the death of advertising may be greatly exaggerated, but it is hard to dispute that technology has changed how companies market. From native advertising to experiential marketing and dark social, from broadcast to programmatic advertising and AI, from actual reality to augmented reality and virtual reality, advertising is increasingly personalized. This panel will explore the implications of these developments.

Tuesday, Nov 19
1:45PM-2:30PM   
  
HIPAA Update

Brandon Ge & Kristin Madigan
Crowell & Moring LLP
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Tech companies often become subject to HIPAA's health information privacy and security regulations as "business associates" by handling and creating individually identifiable health information on behalf of "covered entities" - health plans, health care clearinghouses, and most health care providers. This presentation discusses some important factors to consider in determining whether your company is subject to HIPAA. This discussion will focus on what in-house counsel need to know about the consequent HIPAA compliance obligations and recent HIPAA enforcement trends and regulatory guidance, including the interplay between HIPAA and recent state consumer privacy law, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act.

Tuesday, Nov 19
10:50AM-12:20PM   
  
Privacy Issues in Technology Licensing

Jennifer Stanley & Jonathan Millard
Fenwick & West LLP
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Beyond general warranties and limits on liability, privacy-related provisions are an increasingly important part of technology agreements. However, with the variety of Silicon Valley companies, one size never fits all. This discussion will explore privacy-related clauses in technology licenses, focusing on their key elements and variations to suit different company circumstances and objectives.


Please Note: Program details are subject to change without notice

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