Registration Fee:

$155

CLE Hours

6 CLE Hours
including
1 Professionalism Hour

 

 

26th Annual
TECHNOLOGY LAW INSTITUTE

RECORDED
OCTOBER 21, 2011

Archived Webcast

Co-Sponsor:
Technology Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
David C. Keating, Program Chair, Alston & Bird LLP, Atlanta

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
David C. Keating

technology and privacy: considering privacy issues of new technologies
Margaret “Peggy” Eisenhauer, Privacy & Information Management Services, Atlanta

cloud computing: getting to the silver lining
Moderator:
Brett Lockwood, Smith Gambrell & Russell, LLP, Atlanta

Panelists:
Roy Hadley, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Atlanta
Bill Morlan, Cisco Systems, Inc., Lawrenceville
Bradley Reeves, General Counsel, Predictix, Atlanta

trends in state law taxation of it transactions
David Golden, Troutman Sanders LLP, Atlanta

social media technologies and business: blessing or curse?
Matthew Clarke, Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP, Atlanta
Amy Elizabeth Loggins, Corporate Counsel, Crawford & Company, Atlanta
law enforcement in the age of anonymous: the network intrusion and cybersecurity landscape and what every business
should know

James Harvey, Alston & Bird LLP, Atlanta
Pablo Martinez, Deputy Special Agent in Charge, Criminal Investigative Division, U.S. Secret Service, Washington, DC
recent developments in export controls
Jason M. Waite, Alston & Bird LLP, Washington, DC

recent developments in technology law— survey of federal and state decisions, laws and trends
Sarah M. Shalf, Administrative Professor of Law, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta
Mari L. Myer, The Myer Law Firm, Decatur