Thursday, June 13, 2013
8:15 - 10:00 am
8:15 am Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:45 am Presentation & Q&A
This session is FREE, however seating is limited.
Please RSVP by Monday, June 10, 2013.
Cloud computing is being adopted by companies - both large and small - that are seeking a common platform to address efficiencies, scalability, and stability. The critical questions continue to include how to effectively implement legal protections for data use, privacy compliance, and business continuity challenges. Along the way, it is vital to understand the legal rights of ownership and users, and the role of state and federal industry regulations.
This Session Will Examine:
- Best-practices to mitigate risks
- Trending topics in the forefront of cloud
- Recent developments in the law on the risk-
- Real-life examples of cloud computing challenges
- Your Q&A
Roger Hood, Esq. A partner in the IP and technology law practice at Duffy & Sweeney, Roger advises clients on complex intellectual property matters including cloud computing, software, and other licensing, open source technology, and trademarks. He combines expertise from his seventeen-year legal career as senior counsel at global communications and electronics leader, Motorola, Inc. with his decades of experience as a commercial business lawyer. Roger represents, as outside general counsel, a number of public and private companies in diverse fields, including health care, high-tech manufacturing, professional services, and banking. He is a frequent speaker on issues at the intersection of technology and business.
About the 2013 LEGAL TECH Series:
It’s a regulated world out there, especially at the intersection of IT and the law. Don’t go it alone. Tech Collective's LEGAL TECH series of breakfast seminars, sponsored with the law firm of Duffy & Sweeney, is designed to address the most compelling legal issues that impact technology. Moderated by Chuck Schmidt, a partner in the IP and technology law practice, the seminars will offer big-picture insight and best-practices as well as answers to your specific questions. Session topics will address BYOD, cloud computing, internships, non-competes, and bio-tech compliance.