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New Jersey (NJ) Privacy CLE Course Catalog

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We Have a Privacy Policy in Place, Are We Compliant?
Privacy Policies and Privacy Programs are unique to each organization. Understanding your data privacy risk and where your data is located should be the starting point to creating a Privacy Policy and Privacy Program. Learn about your data privacy risk by using various assessments and techniques, including data mapping and data privacy assessments.

Legalweek

$65

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62 minutes
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Managing, Transferring and Absorbing Risk with Third Party Breaches
Learn how technology, project management and crisp communication can simplify and organize communication during long-running events for your clients.

American Bar Association

$75

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Analyzing the Impact of U.S. Data Privacy Regulations
The discussion will focus on the latest developments with the California and other states’ privacy initiatives as well as the future of data privacy within the U.S. and how in-house counsel can prepare effectively. Specifically, our panelists will explore how to adapt your privacy operations and what is the scope of the application for each regulation.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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Firm Resiliency: Protecting Your Practice with Cyber Insurance
Experts will highlight key issues to consider when selecting cyber insurance coverage and strategies for better data protection.

American Bar Association

$115

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New Implications of Gathering, Storing, and Managing Employee Health Data
From OSHA to HIPAA, as we gain traction on returning to in-person work, governing bodies are clamoring to identify the legality of collecting and storing all this data. What can we use it for, and when is health data storage infringing on human rights? This session will deep dive into the impact the last year has had on health data and implications in how this data can legally be used moving forward.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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The Legality of Facial Recognition & Implications in Racial Bias
Facial recognition is used by law enforcement surveillance, airport passenger screening, and employment and housing decisions. Despite widespread adoption, face recognition was recently banned for use by police and local agencies in several cities, including large cities after whistleblowers uncovered inherent bias within these algorithms. Our experts in this fascinating session will discuss the implications of this embedded bias, how they uncovered it, and the ethics behind the use of this technology.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$75

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59 minutes
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Keeping Up with Global Data Privacy Regulations and Initiatives
As countries around the world develop and others tighten already existing privacy guidelines, in-house counsel will need to quickly adapt and be clear on how all that activity impacts their particular business. In this session, the panel will discuss the most important data privacy regulations regulations and initiatives.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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Navigating States Data Privacy Initiatives and Coming to Terms with CCPA and CPRA
In this session, we will look at how companies have been addressing the impact of various states’ data privacy laws, including CCPA and CPRA. Additionally, we will focus on how companies should deal with various consumer protection guidelines instituted by regulators and whether or not there we will see the introduction of a federal privacy law.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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Navigating the Data Privacy Minefield
This session will give you insight into keeping pace with emerging state data privacy regulations. Following passage of CCPA and CPRA in California, states are prioritizing enacting data privacy laws to more aggressively regulate the use of consumers’ personal information. These laws will have profound implications on how companies, including law firms, do business and communicate with their customers moving forward.

Legalweek

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