Episode 55: Data Governance Regimes Panel - 26th Annual IPLJ Symposium - Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
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Episode 55: Data Governance Regimes Panel – 26th Annual IPLJ Symposium

Episode 55: Data Governance Regimes Panel – 26th Annual IPLJ Symposium

This week we bring you our second installment of the 26th Annual IPLJ Symposium, “Data Governance Regimes Panel.” Moderated by Olivier Sylvain, Professor of Law at Fordham University of Law, The Data Governance Regimes panel will discuss the challenges in maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of data as it continues to accumulate. Panelists will evaluate current compliance obligations and the effectiveness of the FTC in providing standardized frameworks for effective governance, depending on the type of data that companies collect. Panelists will review recommendations for and against more expansive federal and state privacy legislation, looking at whether current regulations support modern business models and innovation in the digital sphere.

Panelists include: Lisa J. Sotto, Partner and Chair, Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice at Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP; Boris Segalis, Partner and Global Vice Chair, Cyber/Data/Privacy at Cooley LLP; Andrew Kopelman, Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, and Chief Privacy Counsel at Medidata Solutions; Anthony Ford, Senior Data Privacy Counsel at Medidata Solutions.

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Patrick Hao

Patrick Hao is a third-year J.D. Candidate at Fordham University School of Law and Online Editor of Volume XXIX of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal.