Christian & Small Partner Jonathan W. Macklem will be one of the presenters during the Third Annual Alabama Business Law Conference on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, at the Embassy Suites Birmingham – Hoover. His presentation, “Cyber Attacks and Data Breaches,” will occur from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and will cover the following highlights:
- The question is not if, but when. Learn how to proactively advise clients on responding to a data breach before it happens.
- Being a “breach coach” to your client. The first 24-48 hours after a breach is discovered are critical.
- Attorney-client privilege considerations
- Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard issues
- The ever-evolving arena of data breach litigation
- Judicial disagreement on the issues of Article III standing – who is the victim here?
- Class action considerations
- Rise in subrogation claims
- Administrative claims
The Alabama Business Law Conference packs one day with Supreme Court Justice William B. Sellers and leading authorities delivering critical law practice guidance on the hottest topics and some of the most complex issues a business law practitioner could face. Highlights include:
- Drafting LLC agreements under Alabama’s new LLC Act
- Best practices for drafting covenants under Alabama’s Restrictive Covenant Law
- Elements of a veil-piercing claim and real world examples
- Bankruptcy issues that every in-house counsel and general transaction lawyer need to master
- Advising your clients on how to respond to a data breach before it happens
- View from the appellate bench – from the Alabama Supreme Court’s newest justice
- Alabama State Bar perspective about legal ethical issues that confront in-house counsel and business transaction lawyers
Participants will earn seven hours of CLE credit (six hours of general and one hour of Ethics). The Embassy Suites Birmingham – Hoover is located at 2960 John Hawkins Parkway in Hoover. More information about the 2017 Alabama Business Law Conference can be found here.