Seminar Number

8390

 

Early
Registration Fee:

$150

On-Site
Registration Fee:

$170

 

28th Annual
TECHNOLOGY LAW INSTITUTE

OCTOBER 25, 2013

Live
State Bar of Georgia Headquarters
104 Marietta St. NW • Atlanta

Teleconference
Coastal Georgia Office - State Bar of Georgia
18 E. Bay St. • Savannah

South Georgia Office - State Bar of Georgia
244 E. Second St. • Tifton

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Professionalism Hour

Co-Sponsors:
Technology Law Section; State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Mari L. Myer, Program Chair, The Myer Law Firm, Decatur

7:45
Registration and Continental Breakfast (All attendees must check in upon arrival. A jacket or sweater is recommended.)
8:25
Welcome and Program Overview
Mari L. Myer
8:30
New Developments in an Agile World:  Drafting and Litigating Software Development Agreements
Paul H. Arne, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Atlanta
Lawrence H. Kunin, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Atlanta
9:15
Facebook, the NLRB, and State Regulation of Access to Social Media by Employers and Litigants
Moderator:
Mari L. Myer

Panelists:
Valerie R. Warner Danin, The Rocket Science Group, LLC, MailChimp, Atlanta
Deborah Gonzalez, Law2sm, LLC, Atlanta and New York, NY
John P. Hutchins, Troutman Sanders, LLP, Atlanta
10:00
break
10:15
It’s Midnight: Do You Know Where Your Data Is (Or Could Be)?: Privacy and Cybersecurity Hot Topics
Moderator:
Frederick E. Schuchman, III, General Counsel, Fitzgerald Technology Group, Atlanta

Panelists:
Faith K. Myers, Legal Counsel Privacy & Data Protection, McKesson Corporation, Alpharetta
Walter Sapronov, Sapronov & Associates, P.C., Atlanta
Theodore A. “Ted” Wood, Parks IP Law, LLC, Atlanta
11:15
Cloudy with a Chance of Sanctions: Deemed Exports of Technology in General and Cloud Computing in Particular
R. Clifton Burns, Bryan Cave, LLP, Washington, DC
12:00
Lunch (Included in registration fee)
12:30
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Beyond Citizen Journalism: Technology, Speech and Civic Participation in the Digital Age
Jeffrey Hermes, Director, Digital Media Law Project, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
1:30
Glimpsing the Horizon: Emerging Issues in Technology Law
Moderator:
L. Brett Lockwood, Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP, Atlanta

Panelists:
Mark E. Budnitz, Professor, Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta
Cindy A. Liebes, Director, Southeast Region, Federal Trade Commission, Atlanta
Sheri Gates McGaughy, V.P., Legal, The Weather Channel, Atlanta
Jeffrey Hermes
2:30
BREAK
2:45
State and Federal Technology Law Update
Sarah M. Shalf, Administrative Professor, Emory University, Atlanta
Vivian Cheng, J.D. Candidate ’14, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta
Eli Noblitt, J.D. Candidate ’15, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta
4:00
ADJOURN