Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law Spring Symposium
Legal Problems in Data Management: IT & Privacy at the Forefront
Friday, April 10, 2015
8:30 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.
CLE Credit: approx. 5.5 hours
Cost: $75 ($25 for students; free for John Marshall faculty and students.)

About This Conference
Both in-house counsel and outside counsel dealing with private-sector corporations face unprecedented challenges in data management. This program will showcase the most current legal thought on workplace issues where information technology and privacy intersect with data management. The symposium will bring together an inspiring group of practicioners and academics whose presentations will be published as articles in the Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law's special issue devoted to the 2015 Spring Symposium. Topics include:

Workplace policies for social media & dual-use devices

''Big data'' protection and ownership

Impact of international data restrictions on U.S. companies

Data Breach issues

Ethics of data management

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