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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - An Overview of the International Privacy Landscape: A Comparative Perspective

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

While regulators around the world are interested in protecting privacy, their approaches vary significantly.  How can a company with global users manage these differences?  And what should we anticipate for future differences.  This session explains some of the key differences,  why they exist, and what could happen in the future.  Speakers: Catherine Di Lorenzo, Allen & Overy Professor Jennifer Urban, Berkeley Law & California Privacy Protection Agency   Catharina Glugla, Allen & Overy (Moderator)

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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - An Overview of the U.S. Privacy Litigation Landscape

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The yearly growth in the volume of privacy-based litigation is striking.  Every company should consider whether it is complying with privacy regulations and whether it can prove it.  The critical question is whether in-house privacy teams are prepared to prove their compliance or whether sloppy records and evidence handling will sink an otherwise legitimate defense.  This session lays out the litigation issues that every privacy lawyer should be considering. Speakers: Dr. Josef Ansorge, Quinn Emanuel Jomaire Crawford, Quinn Emanuel Professor Paul Schwartz, Berkeley Law (Moderator)

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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Biometric Privacy Abroad

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

This session provides a summary of the key global regulations around biometric data.  From the EU to China to Australia, this session addresses the developments that you need to know about. Speaker: Susan Hintze, Hintze Law

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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Biometric Privacy in the U.S.

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The regulation of biometric data continues to be a hot issue -- and one that is deeply personal to those seeking additional regulations.  What are the key regulations?  And what are the most likely emerging regulations?  From Illinois to Texas to Washington, this session addresses the developments that you need to know about. Speaker: Tatiana Rice, Future of Privacy Forum

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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Children's Privacy in the U.S.

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The U.S. regulations around protecting children's privacy are some of the most inconsistent privacy regulations.  They are also some of the fastest evolving.  Compliance in one jurisdiction may very well be a catastrophic violation in another jurisdiction.  And compliance yesterday could be a violation today.  This session explains the evolving sources of children's privacy law that lawyers need to watch carefully. Speakers: Julie O’Neill, Morrison Foerster Kalinda Raina, LinkedIn

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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Children’s Privacy Around the World

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The worldwide regulations around protecting children's privacy are some of the most inconsistent privacy regulations.  They are also some of the fastest evolving.  Compliance in one jurisdiction may very well be a catastrophic violation in another jurisdiction.   And compliance yesterday could be a violation today.  This session explains the evolving sources of children's privacy law that lawyers need to watch carefully. Speakers: Meghan Farmer, Kilpatrick Townsend Rohan Massey, Ropes & Gray

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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - EU Privacy Law: What’s Next for EU-US Data Transfers?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Where are we for EU-US data transfers and how did we get here?  Understanding the past gives us a better idea about the meaning of the current regulations.  This session guides us through the past and gives guidance on what could come next. Speakers: Vinod Bange, Baker McKenzie Professor Niko Härting, HÄRTING Rechtsanwälte

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  • 50
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Federal Privacy Enforcement Trends

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The FTC is showing ever-increasing interest in consumer privacy.  The FTC currently has an ambitious enforcement agenda with a sharp focus on Big Tech and AI.  The FTC is also showing a willingness to aggressively use its power to create new regulations.  This session describes the issues that lawyers should monitor and the places to get involved with the development of new regulations. Speakers: Kristin Madigan, Crowell Kirk Nahra, WilmerHale

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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Implications of Technology on Public Policy

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Government investigations are often dependent upon digital data and, in particular, digital personal data.  Imbalances in access to that data between investigator and defense counsel can cause fundamental unfairness to those being investigated.  This unfairness can be severely compounded by needs for cross-border discovery of digital data.   This session explores a few critical issues that impact the balances between the state and the individual. Speakers: Professor Rebecca Wexler,  Berkeley Law Professor Tejas Narechania, Berkeley Law Professor Chris Hoofnagle, Berkeley Law (Moderator)

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  • 50
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Privacy Protection in Geopolitical Uncertainty: Data and China

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

China's new regulations present significant risks for companies working with personal data in China.  Mapping a way forward will be key to compliance with the existing regulations and to anticipating the evolution of those regulations.  This session provides guidance on a practical path forward. Speakers: Sherry Gong, Hogan Lovells Ed McNicholas, Ropes and Gray

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  • 53
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - State Privacy Law Developments: California

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

California continues to lead the nation with state-level privacy regulations.  This unique session pairs one of the main forces behind California's privacy regulations, Alastair MacTaggart, with Professor Lothar Determann.  As California moves from the development phase to the enforcement phase, what can privacy lawyers expect?  And what new regulations are on the horizon?  This session helps answer these important questions. Speakers: Lothar Determann, Baker McKenzie & Berkeley Law Alastair Mactaggart, Californians for Consumer Privacy & California Privacy Protection Agency

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  • 38
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - State Privacy Law Developments: Virginia, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As multiple states launch their own privacy regulations, how can privacy lawyers keep up and comply with these sometimes inconsistent regulations?  And more importantly, how can you keep up with each state and the evolving regulations?  In this session, you can hear from those involved in the rulemaking process and from those trying to keep up. Speakers: Stevie DeGroff, Colorado Attorney General's Office Randy Sabett, Cooley

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  • 27
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Threats to Bodily and Intimate Privacy

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Where do constitutional rights on privacy stand?  From geolocation to search history, what information is fair game for investigators? And what role does privacy now play in disputes between states about investigating the cross-border activities of people.  This session explains the evolving issues around investigator-led digital surveillance and personal-data collection. Speakers: Professor Khiara Bridges, Berkeley Law Nicole Ozer, ACLU of Northern California

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  • 38
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  • 9/16/24
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16th Annual BCLT Privacy Lecture: Murky Consent

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on Friday, September 22, 2023 Audio Only Daniel J. Solove is the Eugene L. and Barbara A. Bernard Professor of Intellectual Property and Technology Law at the George Washington University Law School. One of the world’s leading experts in privacy law, Solove is the author of 10 books and more than 50 articles. He is also the founder TeachPrivacy, a company providing privacy and data security training.  Synopsis: Heidi Hurd once said that consent works “moral magic” – it confers morality, legality, and legitimacy to things that would otherwise not be without consent. Consent plays an enormously powerful role in privacy. With consent, entities can do nearly anything with people’s data. But consent in privacy is beyond broken; it is a complete fiction. Opt out consent in the US is a farce. But opt in consent in the EU is also doomed – people just click “accept” buttons without understanding what they are consenting to. Privacy issues are too complex for people to understand sufficiently, dependent on things people can’t find out, and impossible to scale. Most approaches to privacy consent try to fix it, to turn fiction into fact. In this lecture, Professor Solove proposes a radical new approach. He argues that attempts to fix privacy consent are futile. Instead, privacy law should lean into the fact that privacy consent is a fiction – it should recognize that privacy consent is murky at best. Professor Solove will discuss how what he calls “murky consent” will help resolve the intractable problems with privacy consent. For more background, you can read the paper draft here. Respondents:Ari Ezra Waldman, Professor, UC Irvine School of LawElla Corren, JSD student, UC Berkeley School of Law Moderator:Paul Schwartz, Professor, UC Berkeley School of Law  

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  • 60
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  • 3/12/25
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2022 15th Annual BCLT Privacy Lecture: Playing the Long Game

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Encouraging public acceptance of deeply rooted commercial surveillance within U.S. society has become a cross-generational project.  Professor Joseph Turow’s industry research and survey work over the past three decades has convinced him that academics, activists, and government policymakers have been ignoring a critical development: The convergence of key practices in the family, education, the law and other institutions with widespread strategies among marketers suggest that deeply personalized data use will be an even more taken-for granted part of future generations than it is today. Prescribing realistic solutions to this discriminatory dynamic that can fracture society is a key challenge of our age.

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  • 4/25/24
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2022 BCLT-Asia Society Conference: Pathways for U.S.-China Research Collaboration

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Conference starts at 5:45 minute-mark. The ability of the U.S. and China to collaborate in private and public scientific research increasingly looms as a challenge that can affect all of humanity in our efforts to address pandemics, global climate change, and other shared human and planetary challenges. To some observers, however, research has become impossible due to concerns over national security, human rights, and theft. We begin this program by first examining the risks of U.S.-China technology collaboration, we will look at the impact of the FBI’s China Initiative, and how China’s own practices and policies may put such collaboration at risk, and the risks posed by collaboration in fundamental research and in sector-specific areas. We then will look at steps that can be taken to reduce risks of collaboration. The discussions will look at all aspects of research: government to government, corporate, non-profit and academic.        Speakers: Mark Cohen (Moderator), Asia Society, BCLTJonathan Adams, King’s College LondonRebecca Arcesati, Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS), BerlinHe Jing, GEN Law FirmOrvile Schell, Asia SocietyCaroline Wagner, Ohio State UniversityGlenn Tiffert (Moderator), StanfordGeorgina Jones Suzuki, Ropes & GrayDr. Michael Lauer, National Institutes of Health (NIH)Margaret K. Lewis, Seton Hall Law SchoolMargaret E. Roberts, UC San DiegoDenis Fred Simon, Duke University

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  • 150
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  • 5/7/24
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Biometrics Regulatory Update (Panel 4)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Ramya Chandrasekhar, BCLT, CNRS (France)

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  • 44
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  • 6/2/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Genetic Privacy in the Civil Contexts (Panel 6)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Anya Prince, Iowa Law

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  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Genetic Privacy in the Criminal Contexts (Panel 5)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Andrea Roth, Berkeley Law

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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Housekeeping

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!

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  • 3
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  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — KEYNOTE FTC Litigation & Enforcement (Panel 3)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Robin "Bobbi" Rosen Spector, FTC Abby Smith, Berkeley Law (2026)

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  • 41
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  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Navigation of Health Data Laws Beyond HIPAA (Panel 1)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Amy de la Lama, Bryan Cave Danielle Manner, Gilead

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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Prognostication Panel: What’s Next for Life Sciences Privacy? (Panel 7)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Lokke Moerel, Morrison & Foerster Allison Schmitt, BCLT Shannon Yavorsky, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe

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  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Spotlight on Life Sciences Privacy Litigation & Enforcement (Panel 2)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Hale Melnick, Wilson Sonsini Tracy Shapiro, Wilson Sonsini

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  • 6/2/25
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2023 US Geolocation Privacy

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Presented by: Womble Bond Dickinson With new regulations coming on line and more on the horizon, geolocation data is a hotspot for personal data regulation.   This session brings us a fascinating discussion about the different sensitivities around geolocation data and how those differences could impact product development and personal privacy.  What next?  This session helps get started with the answers. Speakers: Ted Claypoole, Womble Bond Dickinson Katie Hyman, Womble Bond Dickinson   General CLE and IAPP (CPE) Credit Available: Credit certificates will be automatically emailed to attendees once the viewing has been completed. Please check if your email is up-to-date in your account settings. Certificates can also be found in the 'My Programs' section once viewing has been completed. IAPP (CPE) Directions: Can be found in the materials section

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4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium: (Panel 1) California Constitutional Privacy – What, How, and Why

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium – California Constitutional Privacy at 50: Power of State Law and Promoting Racial Justice in the Digital Age Program occured on October 27, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Panel 1: California Constitutional Privacy – What, How, and Why IAPP Credits Available   The “moving force” behind this new constitutional provision was to protect against the “modern threat” related to the “encroachment on personal freedom and security caused by increased surveillance and data collection activity in contemporary society.”    This panel will lay the historical background for what, how, and why the Constitutional right to Privacy exists in California law. Panelists will draw parallels between the surveillance harms that initially motivated the right and the challenges present today.   Speakers: Dorothy M. Ehrlich, Former Deputy Executive Director, ACLU Rodolfo E. Rivera Aquino, Litigation Associate, Farella Braun + Martel LLP Jonathan Simon, Lance Robbins Professor of Criminal Justice Law, Berkeley Law Lee Tien, Legislative Director and Adams Chair for Internet Rights, Electronic Frontier Foundation Moderator: Nicole A. Ozer, Technology and Civil Liberties Director, ACLU of Northern California    NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium: (Panel 2) Fundamental Privacy Rights – Intersectional Justice

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium – California Constitutional Privacy at 50: Power of State Law and Promoting Racial Justice in the Digital Age Program occured on October 27, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Panel 2: Fundamental Privacy Rights – Intersectional Justice IAPP Credits Available   “The right of privacy is the right to be left alone. It is a fundamental and compelling interest. It protects our homes, our families, our thoughts, our emotions, our expressions, our personalities, our freedom of communion and our freedom to associate with the people we choose…The right of privacy is an important American heritage and essential to the fundamental rights guaranteed by the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Ninth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.”  This panel will explore the intersectional nature of this fundamental privacy right and how it can better support rights and power social change for diverse Californians.   Speakers: Anita Allen, Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, Penn Carey Law Matt Cagle, Senior Staff Attorney, Technology and Civil Liberties Program, ACLU of Northern California Ángel Díaz, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, USC Gould School of Law Scott Skinner-Thompson, Associate Professor of Law, University of Colorado Law School Moderator: Melissa Goodman, Executive Director, Center on Reproductive Health, Law, and Policy, UCLA School of Law   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium: (Panel 3) Fighting the Public/Private Surveillance Partnership – Privacy Sword Against Both Government and Corporations

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium – California Constitutional Privacy at 50: Power of State Law and Promoting Racial Justice in the Digital Age Program occured on October 27, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Panel 3: Fighting the Public/Private Surveillance Partnership – Privacy Sword Against Both Government and Corporations IAPP Credits Available   “It prevents government and business interests from collecting and stockpiling unnecessary information about us and from misusing information gathered for one purpose in order to serve other purposes or to embarrass us… “ This panel will focus on use of the California Right to Privacy to protect against privacy intrusions by both government and private actors – and public and private surveillance partnership.   Speakers: Chris Conley, Assistant Director of the Technology Law Clinic and Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law Nicole A. Ozer, Technology and Civil Liberties Director, ACLU of Northern California Steven Renderos, Executive Director, MediaJustice Moderator: Cindy Cohn, Executive Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation    NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium: (Panel 4) Power to the People – An Inalienable and Positive Privacy Right

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium – California Constitutional Privacy at 50: Power of State Law and Promoting Racial Justice in the Digital Age Program occured on October 27, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Panel 4: Power to the People – An Inalienable and Positive Privacy Right  IAPP Credits Available   “Fundamental to our privacy is the ability to control circulation of personal information. This is essential to social relationships and personal freedom. The proliferation of government and business records over which we have no control limits our ability to control our personal lives.”   This panel will explore the California Right to Privacy as an affirmative right designed to help Californians lead more powerful, empowering, and free lives.   Speakers: Veena Dubal, Professor of Law, UC Irvine School of Law Stacy-Ann Elvy, Professor of Law, UC Davis School of Law Tiffany Li, Associate Professor of Law, University of San Francisco School of Law Ari Waldman, Professor of Law, UC Irvine School of Law   Moderator: Jennifer Urban, Clinical Professor of Law, Berkeley Law   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium: (Panel 5) Rights in Practice, not Words on Paper – Legal & Enforceable

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium – California Constitutional Privacy at 50: Power of State Law and Promoting Racial Justice in the Digital Age Program occured on October 27, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Panel 5: Rights in Practice, not Words on Paper – Legal & Enforceable IAPP Credits Available   “The constitutional provision, in itself, creates a legal and enforceable right of privacy for every Californian.”    This panel will explore the California Right to Privacy in action in courts and communities.   Speakers: Catherine Crump, Robert Glushko Clinical Professor of Practice in Technology Law, Berkeley Law Jake Snow,  Senior Staff Attorney, Technology and Civil Liberties Program, ACLU of Northern California Vasudha Talla, Of Counsel, Emery Celli Brinckerhoff Abady Ward & Maazel LLP Tracy O. Zinsou, Partner, BraunHagey & Borden LLP Moderator: Paul Schwartz, Jefferson E. Peyser Professor of Law, Berkeley Law   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium: Keynote Address with Dean Erwin Chemerinsky

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium – California Constitutional Privacy at 50: Power of State Law and Promoting Racial Justice in the Digital Age Program occured on October 27, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Keynote Address with Dean Erwin Chemerinsky IAPP Credits Available   Speakers: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean, Berkeley Law   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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  • 23
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  • 6/6/25
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4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium: Opening Remarks

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

4th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Fall Symposium – California Constitutional Privacy at 50: Power of State Law and Promoting Racial Justice in the Digital Age Program occured on October 27, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Opening Remarks IAPP Credits Available   Speaker: Savala Nolan, Executive Director, Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice at Berkeley Law   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: AI Law Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered on June 20, 2023   Focus Areas: Privacy & Cybersecurity Trade, Regulation, & Competition   Speakers: Bill Jacobs, AliveCor Chris Mammen, Womble Bond Dickinson   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 67
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  • 1/15/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: Biometric Law Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered June 22, 2023   Focus Areas: Trade, Regulation, & Competition Privacy & Cybersecurity   Speakers: Ash Nagdev, Sidley Sheri Rockwell, Sidley Brian Tobin, Sidley   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 1/17/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: Cybersecurity Law in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 2 Premiered June 15, 2023   Focus Areas: Privacy & Cybersecurity   Speakers: John Carlin, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison Jim Dempsey, Berkeley Law, Stanford   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments  

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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: FTC and Tech Companies Year in Review


Week 1 Premiered June 6, 2023   Focus Areas: Trade, Regulation, & Competition Privacy & Cybersecurity   Speakers: Kelly Fayne, Latham & Watkins Brendan McShane, Latham & Watkins   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments  

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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: Privacy Litigation Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered on June 20, 2023   Focus Areas: Privacy & Cybersecurity Trade, Regulation, & Competition   Speakers: Josef Ansorge, Quinn Emanuel   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 1/15/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: Tech Transactions Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered June 21, 2023   Focus Areas: IP, Tech, & Life Sciences Transactions Privacy & Cybersecurity   Speakers: Chelsea André-Vandenberg, Cooley Tracy Rubin, Cooley   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 71
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  • 1/23/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: Technology Ethics Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 4 Premiered June 26, 2023   Focus Areas: Trade, Regulation, & Competition Privacy & Cybersecurity   Speakers: Anna Gressel, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP Karen Silverman, The Cantetllus Group   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   Ethics CLE Credit Available IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 69
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  • 1/17/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: U.S. Privacy Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered June 21, 2023   Focus Areas: Privacy & Cybersecurity Trade, Regulation, & Competition   Speakers: Fran Faircloth, Ropes & Gray Edward McNicholas, Ropes & Gray   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 48
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  • 1/15/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: Video Game Law Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered June 22, 2023   Focus Areas: IP, Tech, & Life Sciences Transactions Privacy & Cybersecurity   Speakers: Brandon Cheung, Fenwick Joseph Schenck, Fenwick   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 1/17/25
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California and Beyond: What Does the Future of Privacy Regulation Hold?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLB

Berkeley Law Professors Jennifer Urban (’00) and Chris Hoofnagle discuss the current state of privacy regulation and the important role that California is playing in the development of nationwide privacy policy.  They also discuss the possible futures of worldwide privacy regulation. This special Berkeley Boosts webinar is presented by the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology for the Berkeley Law Alumni Reunion 2022. Speakers: Jennifer Urban (’00), Berkeley LawChris Hoofnagle, Berkeley Law NOTE: You will receive a certificate of completion for CLE credit after viewing this course on the B-CLE platform. 

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  • 60
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  • 3/11/24
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Cybersecurity, SEC disclosures, and the Boardroom

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Tuesday, September 12, 202311:00 AM – 12:00 PM (PT) Presented by Womble Bond Dickinson General CLE Credit and CPE Credit Available The SEC’s new rules on cybersecurity disclosures provide a threshold level of good-governance practices.  They also leave those preparing 8-Ks and 10-Ks with significant ambiguity and risks. Ted Claypoole of Womble Bond Dickinson gives us an introduction to the SEC rules and the new role–at least new for some–of the board, corporate attorneys, and cybersecurity professionals.

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  • 3/7/25
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Joining a Cyber & Privacy Practice Group: What To Expect

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Presented by Baker McKenzie Thinking about privacy and data regulation as a career path?  What does that path really look like?  And what will it look like in a few years?  Privacy law is one of the fastest developing and changing areas of law.  Understanding what that means for a career path can be challenging.  This session provides important guidance. Speakers: Cynthia Cole, Baker McKenzie Brittney Justice, Baker McKenzie

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  • 10/4/24
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Korean Data Protection Commission Lunch Talk

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

This program does not offer CLE Presented by BCLT, KLC, & PrivLAB Join us for a fireside discussion with Professor Haksoo Ko and Professor Paul Schwartz that will cover topics such as the European Union’s awarding of the coveted “adequacy” status to Korea. This decision permits the free flow of personal information between the EU and the Republic of Korea.  You will also be able to learn more about Korea’s approach to AI and recent experiments in the self-regulation of online platforms overseen by the Privacy Commission. Speaker: Haksoo Ko is the Chairperson of the Korean Data Protection Commission and a law professor at Seoul National University, School of Law. Professor Ko was appointed as Chairperson by the President of South Korea, Yoon Suk-yeol.   

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  • 10/8/24
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Protecting IP with Overseas Partners: Lessons from smart oven trade secret litigation

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Manufacturing through overseas partners may be a necessity, albeit one that comes fraught with risk of IP theft.  Come learn practical tips for how to minimize the risk of such misappropriation, as well as best practices for responding when bad acts occur, as taught through lessons learned in a recent litigation. Speakers: Steven C. Carson, Robins KaplanKevin M. Pasquinelli, Robins Kaplan

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  • 5/5/24
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Authors, Libraries, and Free Expression

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Closing Remarks

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Copyright and Internet Activism

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Copyright Reform

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 80
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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Innovation

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 95
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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Mapping Copyright


Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 6/2/25
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The Evolving U.S. Tech Law Landscape

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Presented by: Baker McKenzie The US tech regulatory landscape becomes more complex daily. New privacy, content moderation, youth protection, e-commerce and advertising laws, enforcement actions and judicial cases at the state and federal level are constantly reshaping the rules that social media networks, website and mobile app operators and online services providers must address in the US. This session from Jonathan Tam, privacy and tech partner in Baker McKenzie’s San Francisco office, provides a foundation for spotting the most problematic issues. The best way to avoid fines and legal liability is to keep up and spot the potential problems before they become actual problems. Before you can address the problem, you first need to recognize them.   IAPP directions in attachments.Program was webcasted on May 16, 2023.

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  • 10/17/24
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The Law of Using Third Party Content and Data for Training Algorithms and Generative AI

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

IAPP Directions in Materials Section With the rush to use AI technology, many are exposing themselves to unnecessary risks.  Undoubtedly, the exact boundaries of permissible uses are still in flux.  Some boundaries, however, are already well marked.  Developers are simply ignoring them.  In this wonderful program, Ian Ballon describes the boundaries that we know and the boundaries that have yet to be set.  He even gives important tips about dealing with these boundaries in typical tech transactions and product development. Speaker: Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig

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  • 4/10/25
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What's Happening with Elon Musk and Twitter?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLB

Berkeley Law Professor Adam Badawi (’03) breaks down and discusses the acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk, Musk’s attempt to terminate the merger, and the litigation in Delaware. This special Berkeley Boosts webinar is presented by the Berkeley Center for Law and Business for the Berkeley Law Alumni Reunion 2022. Speaker:Adam Badawi (’03), Berkeley Law NOTE: You will receive a certificate of completion for CLE credit after viewing this course on the B-CLE platform. 

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  • 60
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  • 3/11/24
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