Companies today maintain more personal data than ever before, and each day brings new and creative ways to leverage that data to reach consumers, manage employees and compete in the marketplace. With this creativity and innovation, however, comes a heightened risk of litigation—and not just litigation in the aftermath of a security breach, but litigation arising out of more intentional uses of personal data, from suits filed under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act to tort and breach of contract claims filed under state law.
Join us to learn more about the privacy litigation landscape, including how to defend against such suits—which are often filed as putative class actions — how to insure against liability and how to avoid being named as a defendant in the first place.
To view a detailed agenda, please visit the event website.
An application for standard Minnesota CLE credit will be submitted.
There is no fee to participate.
Questions? Contact Lindsey Merek at +1 317 237 1289 or firstname.lastname@example.org.