Friday, April 01, 2005

CLCC Hot Topics

The Committee continues our new tradition of melding together a couple of then-current hot (or hotter...) topics for presentation to the crowds.

Brad Joslove spoke at the Committee Forum, detailing some of the recent case law in France as it relates to e-contracting, particularly in the consumer arena. Posted by Hello

E. Michael Power and Roland Trope spoke about their upcoming new book on data security issues, with a focus on director and officer liability, Sailing in Dangerous Waters: A Director's Guide to Data Governance. The book grew out of a project that originated and was supported by the Cyberspace Law Committee's Privacy and Security Subcommittee, chaired by Marc Pearl and Ray Gustini. There are plenty of good reasons as to why our clients continue to be subject to danger while they stick their heads in the sand. Posted by Hello

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