Stephen Reynolds Presents at CLE Seminar in California with American Bar Association

Stephen Reynolds Presents at CLE Seminar in California with American Bar Association
February 8, 2018

As part of the upcoming Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar, partner and co-chair of the Data Security and Privacy Practice Group Stephen Reynolds will moderate an Internet of Things (IoT) CLE Breakout Session with the American Bar Association (ABA)’s Section of Litigation.

The Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar will take place from Feb. 15-17 at the La Quinta Resort and Club in La Quinta, Ca. Stephen’s session will take place from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 16.

In “The Internet of Things: Changing Business, Changing Law, and Changing Lives,” Stephen will moderate a panel consisting of Doug McCollough of the City of Dublin, Ohio; Martin A. Rubio of RSM US LLP in Houston; Stephen Starks of INDYCAR in Indianapolis and Meaghan Zore of Zorelaw in San Francisco. The panel will explore the many ways IoT is impacting law and everyday life. The session will dive into real-world examples of the ways companies have implemented IoT and the legal implications of the new technology, including privacy, intellectual property, data security and more.

IoT will be one of many topics covered in the 2018 Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar, which also features sessions on employment law, artificial intelligence, class action lawsuits, investigations and other relevant legal topics. There will also be a number of meetings for ABA committees, plenary sessions and receptions. Additionally, Ice Miller is a sponsor of the seminar.

Stephen is a partner in Ice Miller's Litigation Group and co-chair of the Data Security and Privacy Practice with a practice that focuses on commercial litigation and data security and privacy law. Stephen is also one of the leaders of Ice Miller's Internet of Things (IoT) industry initiative. He has worked with manufacturers of interconnected devices to identify risks associated with collecting and transferring of data, respond to cyber-attacks and assist with reporting obligations and corrective action plans with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

Learn more about Ice Miller’s IoT Practice here.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.



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