Duke Law School is hosting the Protected-Privacy Data Conference on November 29–30, 2012, addressing a range of privacy issues including especially U.S. litigation conflicts between discovery and foreign privacy protections, secrecy, and blocking laws. The event is part of The Duke Conference: Bench-Bar-Academy Distinguished Lawyers’ Series. Hogan Lovells partner Chris Wolf will participate on two panels […]
This blog entry contains the prepared remarks of Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice director Christopher Wolf on “Privacy and Technology in Balance” to be delivered at the opening plenary session of the 34th Annual Conference of Data Protection Authorities and Privacy Commissioners in Punta del Este, Uruguay.
The upcoming IAPP Web Conference on the FTC Final Privacy Report, taking place on Tuesday, April 3 from 1 to 2:30 PM EDT, will feature two senior FTC officials, Ed Felten and Maneesha Mithal and FTC practitioner Bob Belair, and will be moderated by Hogan Lovells privacy partner Chris Wolf.