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Emily Storm-Smith to Participate in 2019 Leadership Development Academy

December 13, 2018

Ice Miller attorney Emily Storm-Smith has been selected to participate in the Indiana State Bar Association’s 2019 Leadership Development Academy (LDA). The LDA, now in its eighth year, comprises 25 Indiana attorneys who have been practicing law for less than 15 years.



Reena Bajowala Wins Public Interest Law Initiative Fellow Alumni Award

December 13, 2018

Ice Miller partner Reena Bajowala won the Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Fellow Alumni Award on Dec. 5. The PILI Fellow Alumni Award recognizes one former PILI Fellow for outstanding contributions to public interest or pro bono work.



Partner Reena Bajowala to Moderate Panel at Hub88's Steamfest

October 26, 2018
Reena Bajowala, a partner in Ice Miller's Litigation Group, will moderate a panel at hub88's Steamfest: Exploring Endless Possibilities event in Naperville, Ill. on Nov. 9. 


California Governor Signs Country’s First IoT Law

October 2, 2018 by Lindsay M. Miller, Associate
California legislation introduced in March 2017 has been signed into law by the Governor. Senate Bill 327, “Information privacy: connected devices”, will make California the first U.S. state to regulate Internet of Things devices, even ahead of the federal government. 


Nick Merker Moderated Panel at Indianapolis Forbes AgTech Summit

October 2, 2018

Nick Merker, partner and co-chair of Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy Practice, moderated a panel at the first Forbes AgTech Summit held in Indianapolis Sept. 26-27.



Reena Bajowala to Present Tech Talk on Legal Issues in Emerging Technology

September 7, 2018
Ice Miller partner Reena Bajowala will present a Tech Talk, sponsored by hub88, in Naperville, Ill. on Sept. 12.


Seventh Circuit Affirms City’s Right to Collect Resident Energy-Consumption Data Every 15 Minutes

August 29, 2018 by Reena R. Bajowala, Partner
On August 16, 2018, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeal issued Naperville Smart Meter Awareness v. City of Naperville, No. 16-3766 (slip op.), finding the City of Naperville’s mandatory “smart meter” program was not an unreasonable search under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The City of Naperville owns and operates the public utility that provides electricity to the city’s residents. The utility collects and retains residents’ energy-consumption data at 15-minute intervals for up to three years. Traditional analog energy meters typically collect monthly energy consumption in a single lump figure once a month. Notably, a resident cannot opt-out of Naperville’s smart meter program. The Court analyzed whether the data collection constituted a “search.”


DRI Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Seminar

Ice Miller is excited to sponsor the DRI Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Seminar Sept. 5-7 in Chicago. There will be three Ice Miller attorneys speaking at this event.


George Gasper and Sid Bose Will Present at Indiana Manufacturers Association’s Manufacturing Technology Summit

May 14, 2018
Attorneys George Gasper and Sid Bose will be speakers at the upcoming Manufacturing Technology Summit, hosted by the Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA) at the Indianapolis Marriott East on June 6.


Lindsay Miller and Greg Dunn to Speak at Net Inclusion Conference

April 16, 2018
As part of the Net Inclusion 2018 conference, Ice Miller’s Lindsay Miller and Greg Dunn will speak on “Creating Intelligent Communities: Local Government Strategies in Action” from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April  17. Their session will focus on the Internet of Things (IoT) and its impact on cities.


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