Sunday, October 15, 2006

Symposium: Companies caught in the middle

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.

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Saturday, October 28th 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).

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Keynote Speaker:

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.


Friday (10/27)

Pre-Symposium Tutorial, given by Prof. Susan Friewald, USF School of Law

5:30-7:00pm (1.5 MCLE Credits).

Saturday (10/28)

Main Symposium

9:45-4:00pm (4.0 MCLE Credits).

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