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The Bar Association of San Francisco presents
Computer Crime Law and Civil Litigation

March 15, 2019: 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
MCLE Credits - 1 H
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How California and federal computer crime statutes matter in business, employment, and intellectual property litigation

Speakers
Michael Dorsi
Ad Astra Law Group

Philip Person
Greenberg Traurig

Jamie Williams
Electronic Frontier Foundation

Becca Furman
Lewis & Llewellyn

Summary
A company's employees, contractors, and vendors increasingly come into direct contact with its computers and IP. This computer access can result in litigation for the unwary and unprepared. This program will discuss California and Federal statutes and laws governing computer access and misuse, including when litigation commonly arises, ways to avoid misunderstandings about access and misuse, and how to make and respond to claims under these laws.

Topics
• Federal and California Computer Crime and Misuse Laws
• Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, California Comprehensive Computer Data Access and Fraud Act, Stored Communications Act, Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and more
• Computer Crimes by Employees and Ex-Employees
• Remedies Available for Companies
• Drafting Agreements that Protect Rights of Access

 

Location

Online Only

Schedule

Program: 12:00 - 1:15 p.m.

Event Code: R190024

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