October 03, 2019 | 08:00 - 15:00 PT | Menlo Park
The technology sector is facing intense geo-political headwinds and is subject to ever increasing regulatory scrutiny across the world.
The Norton Rose Fulbright 2nd annual international legal conference agenda has been curated to examine these progressively complex regulatory environments.
Convening global legal advisors and Bay Area tech leaders for half a day of dynamic discussions, panelists will be sharing their strategic insights on the state of play, common challenges and real world solutions regarding legal and regulatory risks when operating across the globe.
Lifecycle of a start-up: Exploring the new threat landscape and legal risks in 2019 and beyond
|This interactive session will explore the top issues for in-house lawyers when advising the board||
Moderated by Lior Nuchi, San Francisco
|09:20||Regulatory Investigations||This session will outline key procedural and legal risks associated with multi-jurisdictional regulatory investigations. These investigations may relate to anti-trust, privacy, tax, finance, employment compliance, safety, corruption, export controls, IP or a range of other issues.||
Moderated by Robin Adelstein, Head of Antitrust and Competition, New York
|10:35||Global Regulation of Tech Companies||Focusing on the numerous countries that are enacting legislation designed to specifically regulate tech companies, especially in relation to privacy, competition and content.||
Moderated by Nick Abrahams, Global Head of Technology and Innovation, Sydney
|11:25||Artificial Intelligence is Everywhere||Global update on AI developments and the way various jurisdictions are choosing to regulate AI.||
Moderated by Sean Murphy, EMEA Head of Technology and Innovation, London
|1:00||Dealing with data in a global business (including “front end” privacy issues, i.e. not breach)||
This session will cover:
|1:45||Data Breach Simulation||In this session we will work through a live multi-jurisdictional breach situation, including strategies on consumer notifications and dealing with multiple regulators.||Moderated by Chris Cwalina, Global Co-Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Washington DC
Nick Abrahams, Sydney
Stella Cramer, Singapore
Marcus Evans, London
Jeewon Serrato, San Francisco