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The Intersection of Data Privacy, Security, and Investigations: What Law Firms Need to Know

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 63 minutes
Recorded Date: January 31, 2018
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2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
  • Breach Response
  • Best Practices
  • Real Life Example: GDPR
  • Law Firm Security
Runtime: 1 hour and 5 minutes
Recorded: January 31, 2018


It all comes down to data—securing it, collecting it, investigating it—and that comes down to the endpoint. Endpoint visibility is the cornerstone of incident avoidance and response, as well as the starting point for fact investigations and eDiscovery. Learn how data privacy, security, and investigation are converging, creating risks and opportunities for corporations and the law firms that counsel them.

This program was recorded as part of LegalTech on January 31st, 2018.

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Charles Choe

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Endpoint Security

Charles is a Senior Product Marketing Manager responsible for the OpenText Security product suite of incident response and forensic solutions. He brings almost ten years of product management and technical marketing experience, with advanced degrees in both law and business. He writes about market trends, industry challenges, and solutions in the areas of cybersecurity, risk management, and compliance.

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Kari Rollins

Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP

Ms. Rollins focuses her practice on privacy and complex commercial litigation matters. She has successfully represented clients in the financial services, audit and accounting, food services, retail, and fashion industries before state and federal courts, as well as in front of state attorneys general, federal regulators, and U.S. and international commercial arbitration forums.

Ms. Rollins serves as a trusted advisor to her clients, bringing a focused, strategic approach to complex litigation and investigation matters alike. Her clients praise her ability to efficiently and effectively manage complex matters with multiple moving pieces, and to concisely and persuasively communicate the core issues of her clients’ cases to judges, regulators, and opposing counsel. These traits have enabled Ms. Rollins to successfully argue critical motions, procure dismissals, and achieve successful resolutions for her clients.

She brings her significant litigation experience to her internal investigation practice. She has conducted multiple internal investigations in data breach matters. Ms. Rollins assists clients in determining if the facts in their cases gave rise to a duty to notify under data breach notification laws, and advises them post-investigation in handling any litigation or regulatory inquiries arising from the breach. Notably, she published a chapter on cybersecurity standards and data breach response in Volume III of The US Privacy Equity Fund Compliance Guide published by Privacy Equity International, and currently sits on the Drafting Committee of the Sedona Conference WG11 on Data Security and Privacy Liability, which is responsible for drafting and publishing the Sedona Conference WG11 Incident Response Guide, a practitioners guide to navigating the law and issues relating to preparing for, managing, and responding to data breaches. Most recently, Ms. Rollins brought her experience to the classroom as an adjunct law professor at DePaul University’s College of Law in Chicago, teaching a course on data breach law. In addition to these writing and teaching engagements, Ms. Rollins is invited annually to give numerous speeches and seminars on data privacy and data breaches by organizations across the country.

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Darin M. Sands

Shareholder, Co-Chair Privacy and Data Security Practice Group, Co-Chair E-Discovery, Technology and
Lane Powell, PC

Darin Sands is a litigator whose practice focuses on data security, privacy, antitrust and the resolution of other complex commercial disputes. Darin represents clients in a wide range of matters, including data breach and privacy litigation, international antitrust investigations and litigation, class actions, claims involving breach of contract and fiduciary duties, and counseling related to using technology to more efficiently achieve legal objectives. Darin is licensed to practice in Oregon, Washington and California, and works with clients in Lane Powell’s Portland and Seattle offices.

He currently represents numerous companies in ongoing data breach litigation and data breach response preparation efforts. He also frequently counsels clients on privacy-related legal challenges.

Darin is the Co-chair of the Firm’s Privacy and Data Security Practice Group and Co-chair of the Electronic Discovery, Technology and Strategy Practice Group.

He is also a member of the Firm’s Business Crisis Management and Emergency Remedies Practice Group and has significant experience representing clients at the TRO and preliminary injunction stage of litigation.

He is a skilled project manager with a Yellow Belt certification in Legal Lean Sigma? and Project Management.

In 2006 and 2007, Darin served as a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable Robert S. Lasnik of the Western District of Washington.

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