Stubbs Alderton & Markiles Partner Heather Antoine will be featured as the moderator for the International Technology Law Association cybersecurity panel “After the Hack: A Data Breach Post-Game Show.” The event will be on May 13th, 2020 at 8 AM PST. We encourage fellow attorneys to attend this webinar for an in-depth exploration of what happens after a data breach. The panel will review the various obligations and moving parts, including civil and criminal effects, working with regulators, insurance coverage, and the proper use of a PR team. The webinar panel will also cover the US and European perspectives and tackle real-life situations.
Other speakers are:
Meg Strickler, Conaway & Strickler PC, United States
Joseph DeMarco, DeVore & DeMarco LLP, United States
Samuel Klaus, Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd, Switzerland
To register for the event on cybersecurity, visit here.
ITechLaw is the leading global organization for legal professionals focused on technology and law. ITechLaw has been serving the technology law community worldwide since 1971. It has a global membership base representing six continents and spanning more than 70 countries. Its members and officials reflect a broad spectrum of expertise in the technology law field. Our mission is to create unparalleled opportunities for international networking and exchanging knowledge and experience with experts and colleagues around the world.
About Heather Antoine
Heather Antoine is a Partner and Chair of the Firm’s Trademark & Brand Protection practice and Co-Chair of the Privacy & Data Security practice group. Heather’s practice focuses on protecting a company’s intellectual property; a fundamental feature of every business. Heather’s practice includes trademark clearance and selection, domestic and foreign trademark prosecution, enforcement, proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), licensing, trade secret protection, copyright, rights of publicity, domain names disputes, and general client counseling. Heather believes in supporting companies at each stage – from due diligence when choosing a name, to ongoing brand management, to ensuring portfolios are safeguarded and ready for sale. Heather is also focused on guiding businesses through the ever-expanding maze of privacy laws, both domestically and internationally. This includes drafting website policies, compliance with specific privacy laws (such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (COPPA), and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)). Heather works with companies to design and strengthen their privacy and data security policies and practices, to help them prevent data security breaches, and to minimize the risks associated therein. Heather serves as Vice Chair of the California Lawyers Association Intellectual Property Section. Heather frequently speaks and writes about IP, Internet, tech, and privacy issues. She has been quoted in publications such as the Los Angeles Times and CNBC. Heather has been recognized by her peers for excellence in her practice, having been selected as Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Star® multiple times.