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CCPA: Understanding the Proposed Final AG Regulations and Planning for AG Enforcement
JUNE 25, 2020 | WILEY WEBINAR
Wiley attorneys from the Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance practice give an overview of the key obligations that the regulations add to CCPA compliance, areas where CCPA requirements still remain ambiguous, and strategies for how to prepare for enforcement efforts that can begin in July 2020.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Joan Stewart, Kathleen E. Scott
Reopening the Workplace: Navigating Reentry During COVID-19
JUNE 15, 2020 | WILEY ON EMPLOYMENT PODCAST
Todd A. Bromberg, chair of Wiley’s Employment & Labor Practice, sits down with special counsel Posi Oshinowo to discuss their views on navigating the unprecedented set of circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speakers: Todd A. Bromberg, Olaoluwaposi O. Oshinowo
Managing Consumer Protection Risks: State AG Priorities and Enforcement in the COVID-19 World
JUNE 11, 2020 | WILEY WEBINAR
Wiley attorneys from our State Attorneys General Practice give an update on current priorities of State Attorneys General and tips on managing consumer protection risks.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Peter S. Hyun, Antonio J. Reynolds
Reopening America: Employment Law Considerations
MAY 29, 2020 | JSCHAUS & ASSOCIATES
Wiley attorneys Todd Bromberg, Christine Connelly, Tracye Howard, and Posi Oshinowo present a webinar titled “Reopening America: Employment Law Considerations.” The webinar addresses issues that all employers should consider as they reopen or ramp up operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, and highlight additional considerations for government contractors. This webinar is part of JSchaus & Associates’ multi-part COVID-19 webinar series.
Speakers: Todd A. Bromberg, Christine E. Connelly, Tracye Winfrey Howard, Olaoluwaposi O. Oshinowo
Telehealth 2020: Current Events and Coming Attractions
MAY 21, 2020 | FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS BAR ASSOCIATION CLE WEBINAR
Panelists discuss the use of artificial intelligence in telehealth in the wake of COVID-19, and the related regulatory and technical issues. They also discuss the role of the FTC in regulating telehealth, and discuss the relevant issues before that agency. In addition, pending telehealth-related legislation and its potential impact on telehealth deployment is discussed.
Speaker: Duane C. Pozza
Telemedicine Priorities & Funding Opportunities in a COVID-19 World
APRIL 23, 2020 | WILEY AND SIGNAL GROUP DC WEBINAR
Shawn H. Chang and Duane C. Pozza join Signal Group to discuss how coronavirus (COVID-19) has rattled communities and economies worldwide. In particular, the foundation of the health care system has been challenged and disrupted with a two-fold challenge, caring for patients diagnosed with COVID-19, and virtually managing the care of patients with chronic and other conditions.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Shawn H. Chang
Tech Talks Pandemic, Episode Two: CTA’s Jamie Boone on the Tech Community’s Innovative Responses to COVID-19
APRIL 22, 2020 | WILEY CONNECTED PODCAST
Jamie Boone, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Consumer Technology Association and Wiley's Megan L. Brown discuss CTA’s COVID-19 resources, regulatory barriers to innovation during this time, and how technology and innovation are meeting some of the challenges created by COVID-19.
Speaker: Megan L. Brown
Tech Talks Pandemic, Episode One: Congresswoman DelBene on COVID and Tech
APRIL 17, 2020 | WILEY CONNECTED PODCAST
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (D-Wa) and Wiley's Megan L. Brown discuss the pandemic, tech, and policy. Congresswomen DelBene discusses how her district handled having the first COVID case, her privacy legislation, and recent correspondence with the White House over tracking technology.
Speaker: Megan L. Brown
COVID-19: Impact on Congressional Oversight & Investigations
APRIL 7, 2020 | WILEY WEBINAR
Listen to hear a discussion on the new Congressional oversight landscape (including the creation of a new inspector general authority) as the government continues to grapple with responding adequately to the pandemic.
Speaker: Peter S. Hyun
State Privacy Update: California and Beyond
MARCH 31, 2020 | WILEY WEBINAR
In the absence of federal legislation, states are taking the lead on privacy and data governance regulations. Several states are actively considering privacy laws and regulations, while others like California, are still working to provide guidance on how its privacy law — the California Consumer Privacy Act — will be implemented. Listen for a discussion of the status of the California AG’s efforts to produce final implementing regulations in advance of the July 1 enforcement date as well as a review of the privacy proposals being considered by several other states during this active legislative session.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Joan Stewart, Boyd Garriott
Employee Rights and Privacy During the Coronavirus Pandemic: A Review of Key Laws and Best Practices
MARCH 26, 2020 | WILEY WEBINAR
This webinar provides an overview of the legal framework relating to health information, both under federal law, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, and state law. We also discuss confidentiality obligations more broadly, including best practices for discussing sensitive health matters. Finally, we provide updates on legislation in the pipeline, including the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. This webinar is appropriate for in-house legal personnel, as well as team members who are responsible for overseeing a range of employee touchpoints, including those in Compliance and Human Resources.
Speakers: Rachel A. Alexander, Todd A. Bromberg, Shawn H. Chang, Olaoluwaposi O. Oshinowo, Dorthula H. Powell-Woodson, Antonio J. Reynolds, Joan Stewart, Martha G. Vázquez
Coronavirus Disinformation: Costs and Consequences for Brands and Companies
MARCH 25, 2020 | WILEY AND SIGNAL GROUP DC WEBINAR
The coronavirus pandemic is unsettling economies, communities, and healthcare worldwide. Some actors are using this opportunity to market products and make claims that are inaccurate and could exacerbate the outbreak – and government agencies are beginning to issue warnings and threaten penalties. Wiley and Signal Group DC discuss the methods of disinformation, and how companies can reduce the risk and impact of malicious campaigns and claims in your industry.
Speaker: Duane C. Pozza
National Security Webinar Series: Privacy and National Security
FEBRUARY 25, 2020 | WILEY WEBINAR
As these surveillance authorities are debated in the coming weeks, please join Wiley's National Security team members Peter S. Hyun and Richard C. Sofield for a discussion on the debate over FISA and potential changes to the law.
Speakers: Peter S. Hyun, Richard C. Sofield
Understanding the Latest EU Initiatives on AI and Data Policy – A Discussion with Peter Fatelnig
FEBRUARY 21, 2020 | WILEY CONNECTED PODCAST
Peter Fatelnig, the EU lead in the U.S. on digital economy policies, provides his thoughts on the EU’s announcement this week of its AI, data, and digital strategies, in an interview with Wiley attorneys Duane C. Pozza and Jacquelynn Ruff. He discusses the European Commission’s AI White Paper, how potential AI regulations may be structured in Europe, how global businesses could be affected, other international implications of the proposed data policies, timelines for next steps, and more.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Jacquelynn Ruff
The Pallone-Thune TRACED Act (and robocalls), Explained
FEBRUARY 11, 2020 | WILEY CONNECTED PODCAST
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Megan L. Brown, Kevin G. Rupy, and Kathleen E. Scott discuss the recent passage of the Pallone-Thune TRACED Act, its impact on illegal (and legal) robocalls, and what it means for the broad range of industry stakeholders across the voice and messaging ecosystems, including providers and analytics engines.
Speakers: Megan L. Brown, Kevin G. Rupy, Kathleen E. Scott
Privacy and Data Security Developments at the FTC and Beyond: A Look Ahead to What You Need to Know in 2020
JANUARY 14, 2020 | ASSOCIATION OF CORPORATE COUNSEL (ACC) WEBINAR
Federal and state efforts to regulate consumer privacy and data security will continue to move forward in 2020, as businesses increasingly face a patchwork of laws governing the collection and use of personal data. At the federal level, the FTC has been aggressive on privacy issues and Congress is considering legislation that is potentially far-reaching. On the state level, companies are already dealing with California’s privacy law and may face other state requirements in 2020. Listen to hear Wiley's Privacy team members discuss the most important developments to watch, and the practical steps your company can take to manage privacy and data governance in the face of this activity.
Speakers: Megan L. Brown, Duane C. Pozza
Deciphering the Federal Privacy Debate: A Closer Look at How the Two New Senate Proposals Line Up
DECEMBER 13, 2019 | WILEY CONNECTED PODCAST
Wiley's Megan L. Brown, Hap Rigby, Kathleen E. Scott, and Boyd Garriott discuss recent developments in the federal privacy debate, including new proposals for comprehensive privacy legislation from Senators Cantwell and Wicker.
Speakers: Megan L. Brown, Hap Rigby, Kathleen E. Scott, Boyd Garriott
California Consumer Privacy Act: Latest Developments and Compliance Strategies
NOVEMBER 7, 2019 | WILEY WEBINAR
Listen for a discussion on how businesses will be affected by the latest developments with the California Consumer Privacy Act—including recent legislative amendments and draft regulations issued in October. Also, listen for a discussion on practical tips to operationalize CCPA compliance as the law’s January 1, 2020 effective date approaches, and what businesses need to know about the California Attorney General’s ongoing rulemaking proceedings.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Antonio J. Reynolds, Kathleen E. Scott, Joan Stewart
The Latest Regulatory Developments in AI
JULY 18, 2019 | WILEY CONNECTED PODCAST
Wiley attorneys Duane C. Pozza and Jacquelynn Ruff discuss the latest policy, standards, and regulatory initiatives on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, both within the United States and internationally.
Speakers: Duane C. Pozza, Jacquelynn Ruff
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