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Notable Trends in US Privacy Law
January 17, 2024 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
HaystackID Educational Webcast
Notable Trends in US Privacy Law
Join privacy and compliance expert Chris Wall from HaystackID as he leads an insightful webcast exploring the key developments and trends impacting privacy laws and regulations across the United States.
Companies face new compliance challenges and obligations as public awareness and government scrutiny surrounding data privacy practices continue growing. In this timely discussion, Chris and his expert panelists will examine major trends like the proliferation of state-level privacy statutes, increased enforcement and fines, expanding laws governing biometric data, and pressure for comprehensive federal legislation.
Whether you are looking to navigate your privacy program through complex regulatory shifts or simply want to stay on top of notable trends, this webcast provides indispensable analysis you won’t want to miss.
+ Overview of new and pending state privacy laws in California, Virginia, Colorado, and more.
+ Rising public expectations and awareness of privacy practices post-breaches.
+ Spotlight on laws addressing biometric data collection and usage.
+ Big tech facing expanded scrutiny and potential antitrust actions.
+ Global regulations like GDPR influencing US companies and best practices.
+ Enhanced enforcement creating real risks and costs around non-compliance.
+ Calls for consolidated federal privacy legislation persisting amid regulatory gaps.
+ Christopher Wall
DPO and Special Counsel for Global Privacy and Forensics
Chris Wall is DPO and Special Counsel for Global Privacy & Forensics at HaystackID. In his Special Counsel role, Chris helps HaystackID clients navigate the cross-border privacy and data protection landscape and advises clients on technical privacy and data protection issues associated with cyber investigations, data analytics, and discovery.
Chris began his legal career as an antitrust lawyer before leaving traditional legal practice to join the technology consulting ranks in 2002. Prior to joining HaystackID, Chris worked at several global consulting firms, where he led cross-border cybersecurity, forensic, structured data, and traditional discovery investigations.
+ David Moncure
Data Privacy and Security, eDiscovery, and Information Governance Counsel
David Moncure is a data privacy and security, eDiscovery, and information governance counsel with experience supporting multinational Fortune 500 organizations in both in-house and law firm settings across various industries. Most recently, David was VP / Associate General Counsel for DaVita, overseeing eDiscovery and information governance globally, as well as serving as the lead legal advisor for data security and protection compliance.
Prior to joining DaVita, David served as International eDiscovery and Data Privacy Counsel for Shell Oil Company. He advised Shell businesses and functions on international eDiscovery issues, data breach response situations, IT security, and various other data privacy and cybersecurity-related issues. He began his practice at Norton Rose Fulbright, where he assisted clients with eDiscovery, information governance, and data privacy issues. David’s practice spans work throughout the US, EU, Latin America, Middle East, and APAC. He is a frequent speaker and author of numerous articles on eDiscovery and data protection issues, particularly on cross-border issues. David is Chair Emeritus of the Steering Committee of The Sedona Conference Working Group 11 on Data Security and Privacy Liability (WG11).
+ Kenneth K. Suh
Ken Suh is an entrepreneur and technology attorney who advises clients on legal issues related to cybersecurity, data privacy, and intellectual property. In addition to his legal practice, Ken is a co-founder and board member of a telemedicine start-up which was awarded first prize in the prestigious Global New Venture Challenge (GNVC) at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ken managed a team at a leading cyber and technology Lloyd’s of London Syndicate, where he guided strategic decision-making on hundreds of cybersecurity, data privacy, privacy class action, and intellectual property matters, including those involving ransomware attacks, cyber breaches, biometric data collection (BIPA), HIPAA, FCRA/FACTA, and the TCPA.
Ken has previous private practice trial experience litigating bet the company intellectual property matters involving smartphone software and hardware, hybrid engine control unit, rocket engine, and radiation oncology device controller technologies. Prior to law school, Ken was a technical project manager at IBM, where he managed the design and development of custom software for financial services clients.
+ David Wallack
Lead Privacy & Security Counsel
David Wallack serves as Motive’s Lead Privacy and Security Counsel, with significant experience in complex issues involving cyber incident response and mitigation, crisis management, data privacy program implementation using AI, and data privacy and security terms negotiation. David’s work also focuses on international and US data privacy laws.
+ Patrick Zeller
Chief Privacy Officer, Legal, and Compliance
As the Chief Privacy Officer, Information Governance and Cyber Security Counsel, at Amgen (Formerly, Horizon Therapeutics), Patrick leads the company’s global privacy and information governance office.
Patrick has 15 years of experience in leading global privacy programs for Fortune 100 companies. Prior to joining Horizon, Patrick served at Abbott Labs as the DVP Global Privacy and at Gilead Sciences as the Enterprise Privacy Officer. Additionally, Patrick supported Europe, Canada, APAC and Latin America for Information Governance, Records, eDiscovery and Privacy. He is a former litigator and federal computer crimes prosecutor.
Patrick is a frequent author and speaker on Privacy and data protection issues, including such topics as GDPR, cross-border discovery, data protection and privacy, developing trends, technology-assisted review, and privilege and ethics in eDiscovery, Privacy, and Information Governance. He is an Adjunct Professor at the John Marshall School of Law, where he teaches a JD/LLM course “eDiscovery, Digital Evidence and Computer Forensics” and “Computer Crime, Information Warfare and Economic Espionage.”
HaystackID is a specialized eDiscovery services firm that supports law firms and corporate legal departments and has increased its offerings and expanded with five acquisitions since 2018. Its core offerings now include Global Advisory, Discovery Intelligence, HaystackID Core®, and artificial intelligence-enhanced Global Managed Review services powered by ReviewRight®. The company has achieved ISO 27001 compliance and completed a SOC 2 Type 2 audit for all five trust principles for the third year in a row. Repeatedly recognized as a trusted service provider by prestigious publishers such as Chambers, Gartner, IDC, and The National Law Journal, HaystackID implements innovative cyber discovery services, enterprise solutions, and legal discovery offerings to leading companies across North America and Europe, all while providing best-in-class customer service and prioritizing security, privacy, and integrity. For more information about its suite of services, including programs and solutions for unique legal enterprise needs, please visit HaystackID.com.