Join Professor Karrin Klotz as she discusses a variety of international legal issues relating to cloud computing. One key area on which Professor Klotz will focus is the significant choice-of-law and jurisdictional issues that computing and storage of data at a remote location operated by a cloud vendor may trigger, including the laws that may apply to: privacy of data, data loss, security of data, intellectual property protections of data, security of trade secrets, transfers of technical data, liability for loss of data through hacking or vendor fault, and resolution of disputes. Professor Klotz will also address liability for loss of data through natural and other disasters, breaches of privacy caused by vendor fault, questions of third party access to data, as well as concerns about compliance with e-discovery rules and attorney-client privilege obligations.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015, 12:00 P.M. – 1:30 P.M.
Registration starts at 11:45 A.M.
Davis Wright Tremaine
1201 Third Avenue, Suite 2200
Seattle, WA 98101
Prof. Karrin Klotz, University of Washington
CLE General Credits for Washington Attorneys
Free for IPS members
$25 for non-IPS members
$15 for law students
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Section Representative contact information for this CLE:
Name: Jonathan Lloyd
Firm: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Telephone #: (206) 757-8088