Jill Ballo, Program Co-Chair, Assistant General Counsel, Cloud + Enterprise, Microsoft
Louisa Barash, Program Co-Chair, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
Melanie Morgan, Program Co-Chair, Senior Vice President Legal, Concur Technologies, Inc., a SAP Company
Kurt Wimmer, Program Co-Chair, Partner, Covington & Burling
A timely discussion of Microsoft’s Second Circuit victory and an exploration of the balance between national security and privacy, relevant to all companies doing business in the Cloud.
David Kris, Moderator, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Intellectual Ventures
Ambika Doran, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
James Garland, Partner, Covington & Burling
Todd M. Hinnen, Partner, Perkins Coie
Cybersecurity, interoperability, standards, regulation, and product liability are among the myriad of issues in the rapidly expanding IOT space. This panel will explore challenges and opportunities in the world of IoT.
Dan Waggoner, Moderator, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
Ryan Calo, Assistant Professor, School of Law and Assistant Professor (by courtesy), Information School Faculty, Co-Director, Tech Policy Lab, University of Washington
Christine Coldiron, Corporate Counsel, Technology Transactions and Corporate Strategy, T-Mobile
Katharine Goodloe, Associate, Covington & Burling
Steve Young, Assistant General Counsel, Windows & Devices Group, IoT Business Development, Microsoft
Ron Zink, Managing Director, EdgeCo
The prevalence of AI in consumer and other products raises many issues of first impression. How are the biggest technology companies in the world grappling with the legal obligations and risk of self-learning machines? How are businesses thinking about the risks of acquiring and integrating AI products into their businesses?
Benjamin Glatstein, Assistant General Counsel, AI & Research Group, Microsoft
Brian Downing, Director, Engineering, Google
Emily Jones, Partner, Osborne Clarke LLP
To what extent is Big Data protectable as intellectual property under current legal structures? If current copyright, patent and trade secret laws are not sufficient to protect rights in Big Data, what learnings apply for the development of new legal structures?
David K. Daggett, Moderator, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
Dudley Carr, local search expert; Strategic Advisor, Moz
Ji-Hyun Park, Legal Director, Splunk, Inc.
Identity assurance is key to reliable interactions in the cloud, but the internet was built without an identity layer. What are the legal and hybrid legal-technical structures that can help cure the Internet’s “identity crisis”?
Eve Maler, VP Innovation & Emerging Technology, ForgeRock
The European General Data Protection Regulation is coming into effect in early 2018. The GDPR expands personal data rights and may drastically impact cloud services in Europe. This expert panel will discuss the changing data protection landscape for companies with customers in the EU and how to address these changes in their contracts and privacy structures.
Jill Ballo, Moderator, Assistant General Counsel, Cloud + Enterprise, Microsoft
Dr. Kai Westerwelle, Partner, Taylor Wessing
Robert Stankey, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
Kurt Wimmer, Partner, Covington & Burling
How do the largest cloud vendors in the world seek to find balance in drafting and negotiating key clauses in cloud contracts? Where can parties on both sides of the table be flexible, and where are the deal-breakers? Security and data usage/data breach clauses and other key contract provisions will be discussed.
Melanie Morgan, Moderator, Senior Vice President Legal, Concur Technologies, Inc., a SAP Company
Leslie Boyd, Senior Attorney, Commercial Licensing, Microsoft
Tanya Forsheit, Partner, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
John Morrow, EVP, Corporate Development, General Counsel, and Secretary at Apptio
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