The University of San Francisco Law Review Fall Symposium, taking place later this month, is Companies Caught in the Middle: Legal Responses to Government Requests for Customer Information.
A growing number of companies have faced the difficult challenge of preserving their customers’ data in the face of government demands for surveillance assistance. Privacy law specialists from business, academia, non-profits, and private practice will discuss recently adopted solutions and present possible approaches to helping companies reconcile these competing demands. (MCLE credit available).
Albert Gidari, Jr.; Perkins Coie, LLP (Defense Counsel in Gonzales v. Google)
Kevin Bankston Electronic Frontier Foundation
Lothar Determann Baker & McKenzie LLP
Susan Freiwald USF School of Law
Scott Frewing Baker & McKenzie LLP
Chris Hoofnagle Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic
Paul Ohm University of Colorado School of Law
Nicole Ozer American Civil Liberties Union
Hilary Ware Google, Inc.
Pre-Symposium Tutorial, given by Prof. Susan Friewald, USF School of Law
5:30-7:00pm (1.5 MCLE Credits).
9:45-4:00pm (4.0 MCLE Credits).