John Loughnane Presents at 2016 Privacy + Security ForumPrint PDF
John G. Loughnane, a partner in Nutter’s Business Department and a member of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security practice group, will present at the 2016 Privacy + Security Forum on October 24-26 in Washington, DC. John will address “Data Assets in Commercial Transactions,” which focuses on how data privacy and security issues require careful scrutiny in the context of commercial transactions. Whether a company is obtaining financing or embarking on a purchase or sale transaction, all parties involved need to understand the issues at stake. Lenders, buyers, sellers, and directors need to ensure that data assets are properly identified, documented, and protected to ensure a successful deal. The session will explore the laws and best practices involved with the transfer or use of data assets in such transactions.
The Privacy + Security Forum breaks down the silos of privacy and security by bringing together seasoned thought leaders. At this high-caliber event uniting privacy and security, privacy and security professionals, lawyers, technologists, policymakers, and academics will connect and collaborate in a rigorous learning environment and sessions will have valuable practical takeaways. The event is organized by Professor Daniel Solove, John Marshall Harlan Research Professor, George Washington University Law School and President & CEO, TeachPrivacy; and Professor Paul Schwartz, Jefferson E. Peyser Professor, U.C. Berkeley School of Law, Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.