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10th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - CCPA and CPPA: California and Colorado

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum has become the most important privacy conference in the country! Over 650 privacy law specialists registered for this year’s forum. Bridging academia and practice, this conference brings together in-house counsel from leading tech companies, practicing lawyers, regulators, privacy advocates, and academics. Faculty from the UC Berkeley School of Law will share their latest research and analysis, and leading privacy experts from law firms, companies, and government agencies will offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges. Speakers Jennifer Urban, CPPA Chair, Berkeley Law, BCLTChris Hoofnagle, Berkeley Law, BCLT  

  • On-Demand
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  • 45
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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10th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Cybersecurity Law Developments

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum has become the most important privacy conference in the country! Over 650 privacy law specialists registered for this year’s forum. Bridging academia and practice, this conference brings together in-house counsel from leading tech companies, practicing lawyers, regulators, privacy advocates, and academics. Faculty from the UC Berkeley School of Law will share their latest research and analysis, and leading privacy experts from law firms, companies, and government agencies will offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges. Speakers Jim Dempsey, Berkeley Law Janine Slade, CovingtonMichelle Visser, Orrick QUESTIONS FOR THE INSTRUCTORS? Reach out to them directly through LinkedIn by following the links above.

  • On-Demand
    Format
  • 45
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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10th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - International Data Transfers - the Splintering of Adequacy

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum has become the most important privacy conference in the country! Over 650 privacy law specialists registered for this year’s forum. Bridging academia and practice, this conference brings together in-house counsel from leading tech companies, practicing lawyers, regulators, privacy advocates, and academics. Faculty from the UC Berkeley School of Law will share their latest research and analysis, and leading privacy experts from law firms, companies, and government agencies will offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges. Speakers Anupam Chander, Georgetown LawIndra Spiecker, Goethe University Sarah Pearce, Paul Hastings Kai Westerwelle, Bird & Bird Paul Schwartz, Berkeley Law, BCLT    

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  • 45
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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10th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Keynote, Phil Weiser

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum has become the most important privacy conference in the country! Over 650 privacy law specialists registered for this year’s forum. Bridging academia and practice, this conference brings together in-house counsel from leading tech companies, practicing lawyers, regulators, privacy advocates, and academics. Faculty from the UC Berkeley School of Law will share their latest research and analysis, and leading privacy experts from law firms, companies, and government agencies will offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges. Speakers Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General, former Dean of the University of Colorado School of Law  

  • On-Demand
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  • 30
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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10th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Practitioner Panel

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum has become the most important privacy conference in the country! Over 650 privacy law specialists registered for this year’s forum. Bridging academia and practice, this conference brings together in-house counsel from leading tech companies, practicing lawyers, regulators, privacy advocates, and academics. Faculty from the UC Berkeley School of Law will share their latest research and analysis, and leading privacy experts from law firms, companies, and government agencies will offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges. Speakers Bret Cohen, Hogan LovellsManeesha Mithal, Wilson SonsiniMiriam Wugmeister, Morrison & FoersterRuby Zefo, UberJim Dempsey, Berkeley Law (moderator)  

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  • 45
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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14th Annual BCLT Privacy Lecture: Policing Families

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Dorothy Roberts is the George A. Weiss University Professor of Law and Sociology and the Raymond Pace and Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Professor of Civil Rights at the University of Pennsylvania. Her pathbreaking work in law and public policy focuses on social justice issues related to reproductive freedom, child welfare, and biopolitics.   In her 2021 BCLT Privacy Lecture, Prof. Roberts will explore themes from her forthcoming book on family policing. As predictive technologies are integrated into the child protection services and foster care systems, her analysis of the nature and impact of government surveillance on families will be especially timely. Speakers Prof. Khiara M. Bridges, UC Berkeley Law SchoolProf. Scott Skinner-Thompson, University of Colorado   QUESTIONS FOR THE INSTRUCTORS? Reach out to them directly through LinkedIn by following the links above.

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  • 90
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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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.

  • On-Demand
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  • 120
    Min.
  • 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

  • On-Demand
    Format
  • 150
    Min.
  • 5/7/24
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All the Webs: Surface, Deep, Dark

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

This CLE covers the differences between the surface, deep, and dark webs and explains the legal implication of the services. Hoofnagle presents basic web forensics, including ways to find leaked client information, how to shield that information, and how one might find the stolen user information of a client. Who should take this course? Anyone interested in learning more about internet forensics. Also, lawyers who practice in security breach/incident response, privacy/cookie/tracking issues, copyright/trademark/counterfeiting investigation and enforcement, and anyone who has a problem with personal information appearing on the web. This course does not offer CLE credit.

  • On-Demand
    Format
  • 30
    Min.
  • 2/21/24
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Autonomous Vehicles & Privacy – Germany, EU & the U.S.

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Description: In part 2 of our autonomous vehicle series, Allen & Overy discusses the connection between autonomous vehicles and data privacy, a fast-growing area of the law that governs information that is linked to specific individuals.  The instructors explore the data collection capabilities of cars and the differing consumer reactions to those capabilities, including the fear of government use of the data for fines and enforcement purposes.  Will these consumer feelings drive proactive policies, like those developing in Europe, or will they lead to reactionary policies once problems are exposed.  Our instructors explore these questions along with regulatory realities in differing U.S. states.   Speakers: Catharina Glugla, Paul Keller & William Wray, Allen & Overy    

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  • 30
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Biometric Law Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As part of Berkeley IP Tech & Law month, our instructors take you through the key highlights from the last year in Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Biometric Law Year in Review. Speakers: Nicole Ozer , ACLU Maneesha Mithal , Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 5/1/23
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Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Cybersecurity Law Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As part of Berkeley IP Tech & Law month, our instructors take you through the key highlights from the last year in Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Cybersecurity Law Year in Review. Speakers: Jim Dempsey, Berkeley Law / Stanford Cyber Policy CenterMichelle Visser, Orrick, Herrington & SutcliffeLothar Determann, Baker McKenzie  

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 1/1/24
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Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: International Privacy Year in Review (for US practitioners)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As part of Berkeley IP Tech & Law month, our instructors take you through the key highlights from the last year in Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: International Privacy Year in Review (for US practitioners). Speakers:  Lothar Determann, Baker McKenzie Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commission Paul Schwartz, BCLT/Berkeley Law  QUESTIONS FOR THE INSTRUCTORS? Reach out to them directly through LinkedIn by following the links above.

  • On-Demand
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  • 60
    Min.
  • 5/1/23
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Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Internet and Computer Law Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As part of Berkeley IP Tech & Law month, our instructors take you through the key highlights from the last year in Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Internet and Computer Law Year in Review.   Speakers:  Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig Tejas Narechania, BCLT/Berkeley Law  

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 5/1/23
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Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Patent Case Management Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As part of Berkeley IP Tech & Law month, our instructors take you through the key highlights from the last year in Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: Patent Case Management Year in Review.   Speakers:  Allison Schmitt, BCLT/Berkeley LawMichael Smith, Scheef & StoneRoman Swoopes, Morrison & FoersterPeter Menell, BCLT/Berkeley Law

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 5/1/23
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Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: U.S. Privacy Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As part of Berkeley IP Tech & Law month, our instructors take you through the key highlights from the last year in Berkeley IP Tech and Law Month: U.S. Privacy Year in Review.   Speakers:  Paul Schwartz, BCLT/Berkeley LawJohn J. Michels, Paul HastingsAllison Schmitt, BCLT/Berkeley Law   

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 5/1/23
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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. 

  • On-Demand
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  • 60
    Min.
  • 3/11/24
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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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  • 30
    Min.
  • 5/5/24
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Technology for Lawyers Workshop Part 1

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

This two part CLE is designed to help you become a more efficient user of your computer and to learn the most important features of Microsoft Word for legal practice. Part one focuses on becoming a more efficient computer user. Topics include shortcuts and tricks to work faster and with less reliance on the mouse. It then explains how to find information that has disappeared from the web, how to do so called Google "hacking," and how to find cookies and web beacons on clients' websites. This part concludes with an exercise to create a proper Microsoft Word template for legal office memoranda. Part two principally deals with creating a proper template in Microsoft word for legal briefs. You'll learn how to use styles in Word to make document-wide edits, saving a lot of time. The session then turns to clever, programmatic techniques anyone can use to clean up a poorly-designed Word document. For instance, if you receive a Word document that has character, line-level, or inconsistent formatting, these techniques will show you how to correct the document quickly and create document-wide edits in seconds. Finally, this part makes an appeal to consider "data-centric" lawyering: the re-conception of legal practice around data instead of final reports (like memos and briefs). This last section explains how to structure data properly so that data can be used to generate reports. The payoff comes in techniques to deepen client engagement and to derive business intelligence from your firm's activities. This course does not offer CLE credit.

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 2/21/24
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Technology for Lawyers Workshop Part 2

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

This two part CLE is designed to help you become a more efficient user of your computer and to learn the most important features of Microsoft Word for legal practice. Part two principally deals with creating a proper template in Microsoft word for legal briefs. You'll learn how to use styles in Word to make document-wide edits, saving a lot of time. The session then turns to clever, programmatic techniques anyone can use to clean up a poorly-designed Word document. For instance, if you receive a Word document that has character, line-level, or inconsistent formatting, these techniques will show you how to correct the document quickly and create document-wide edits in seconds. Finally, this part makes an appeal to consider "data-centric" lawyering: the re-conception of legal practice around data instead of final reports (like memos and briefs). This last section explains how to structure data properly so that data can be used to generate reports. The payoff comes in techniques to deepen client engagement and to derive business intelligence from your firm's activities. This course does not offer CLE credit.

  • On-Demand
    Format
  • 60
    Min.
  • 2/21/24
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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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    Format
  • 60
    Min.
  • 3/11/24
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