Mallory Acheson and Joelle Hupp are presenting at the "Remotely Secured: Data Governance for Remote Workforces" panel, held virtually by the Lawyers' Association for Women (LAW) on Jan. 27.
This session will focus on topics such as information governance, privacy, collection, and security in terms of advising clients and considerations while working remotely.
The panel is the first in a two-part seminar held by LAW on data security and privacy. The seminar will be particularly related to privacy issues attorneys (large and small shops) face working from home and how to counsel clients who now have many employees working from home, perhaps long term or permanently. For the second part in February, a roundtable with members of the in-house counsel community will discuss how the shift to remote work, what it has done for them and what they are relying on outside counsel for.
Acheson heads the Legal Data Analytics Team for Nelson Mullins Encompass, and Hupp practices on the Litigation and Privacy Compliance Team.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
9 - 10 a.m. EST
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