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McDermott Will & Emery is pleased to offer this complimentary three-part webcast series for professionals with data privacy responsibilities that takes a look at the legal developments in 2012 and provides a sneak peek at what new regulations may come in 2013.
In the quickly changing environment of privacy and the digital workplace, it can sometimes present a challenge for multinational employers to stay abreast of the latest developments around the globe.
Part II* of the series will feature privacy practitioners from a sampling of key jurisdictions around the globe (in the United States, Europe and Asia) who will discuss hot topics in workplace privacy, including:
- Social media credentials—Can/should employers ask employees or applicants for their social media login credentials?
- Monitoring employees’ electronic communications—How far can/should employers go when it comes to monitoring use of company equipment?
- Geolocation—Can/should employers keep tabs on employees using geolocators on cars or mobile devices?
Dr. Paul Melot Beauregard, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
May Lu, Counsel, MWE China Law Offices
Sébastien Le Coeur, Associate, McDermott Will & Emery
Evan Panich, Associate, McDermott Will & Emery
Veronica Pinotti, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
Heather Egan Sussman, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
Sharon Tan, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
*Part I of the series has been delayed, pending release of the U.S. HIPAA regulations, which were expected in July 2012. Part I will take place as soon as those regulations are released. In the meantime, we will move forward with Parts II and III.
Save the Date
Part I. U.S. Office for Civil Rights Finalizes Amendments to HIPAA Regulations to Implement HITECH Act
Following the issuance of regulations
Part III. Data Privacy Year in Review
December 6, 2012
For more information, please contact Carolyn Verscaj.
CLE credit for the live presentation of this program is pending in the following states: California, Illinois, New York and Texas. A Uniform Certificate of Attendance will be made available to participants requesting CLE credit in all other states. Please be advised that CLE credit will not be approved for on demand/recorded viewings of this program in the states listed above. Attendees seeking credit in other states should consult their state CLE accrediting agency to determine whether self-study credit can be earned for on demand/recorded viewing of this program.