“A Primer on Prevention and Response to Data Breaches”
During this event, we will discuss what happens before, during, and after a data breach.
Register here for A Primer on Prevention and Response to Data Breaches
December 8th, 2020
12:00- 1:15 PM
Daniel A. Rozansky
Partner, Stubbs, Alderton & Markiles, LLP
Clients engage Dan before disputes ever arise to advise on strategies to minimize litigation risk and to put clients in a position for a successful outcome if litigation does arise. For example, he regularly reviews television pilots, screenplays and other material in development to assist those clients in identifying and avoiding potential liabilities; he advises clients, including Fortune 100 companies, on best practices for recording communications; he counsels clients on best practices to protect trade secrets and other confidential information; and he guides clients contemplating exiting unfavorable business relationships. When disputes arise, Dan Rozansky brings his decades of experience at AmLaw 100 and 200 firms and his relentless approach help achieve the best possible outcome for his clients. This approach has led Dan to be recognized as an industry leader, including being listed as a top entertainment and media litigator in Chambers USA (2011-2019). In 2013, 2014, and 2016, he was featured in Variety’s “Legal Impact Report,” which names the top attorneys who are making a significant impact in the entertainment industry.
Heather A. Antoine is a Partner and Chair of the Firm’s Trademark & Brand Protection practice group and Co-Chair of the Privacy & Data Security practice group.
Heather is focused on guiding businesses through the ever-expanding maze of privacy laws, both domestically and internationally. This includes compliance with specific privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act, the General Data Protection Regulation, and the Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act. Heather works with companies to design and strengthen their privacy and data security policies and practices, to help prevent data breaches, and to minimize the risks associated therein.
Heather’s practice also 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 supports companies at each stage – from due diligence when choosing a name, to ongoing brand management, to ensuring portfolios are safeguarded and ready for growth and sale.
Heather serves as 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.
Managing Director, Ernst & Young Parthenon’s Strategy and Transactions Group
Brian is a Managing Director in EY Parthenon’s Strategy and Transactions Group. At EY Parthenon, Brian leads a team of 30 experts in cybersecurity and data privacy, focused on the strategic application of cybersecurity and data privacy in the context of capital transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, real estate transactions and restructurings. In that capacity he works with clients to assess their cybersecurity and data privacy compliance, build and improve cybersecurity and compliance programs, prepare for and prevent breaches, and respond to security incidents.
Brian joined EY Parthenon from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), where he served for five years as the National Coordinator for more than 300 federal prosecutors focused on investigating and prosecuting computer crime and intellectual property crime. Brian also served for seven years as a federal prosecutor and senior counsel with the DOJ’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section. While with the DOJ, Brian conducted the first U.S. criminal trial against a PRC-entity for trade secret theft, resulting in conviction on all counts. Brian also investigated and prosecuted a Romanian organized crime group for developing their own malware, infecting more than 400,000 computers worldwide, and stealing millions of dollars, resulting in conviction at trial and 20 year sentences.
Prior to joining the DOJ, Brian served as an Assistant Attorney General for the Internet & Technology Bureau of the New York Attorney General’s Office, a civil litigator for international law firms, and a law clerk to federal district and appellate judges. Brian earned his BA, summa cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania and his JD, magna cum laude, from New York University School of Law. He is a certified privacy professional and the recipient of numerous awards, including two Attorney General’s John Marshall Awards.
Chief Legal Officer, Seed Beauty
Marc Polansky is the Chief Legal Officer for a vertically integrated color cosmetic manufacturer, Seed Beauty, LLC and its Affiliates. Prior to joining Seed, Marc Served as General Counsel for software and technology companies and was also a trial attorney and partner at national and international law firms including, Cozen O’Connor, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith and Grotefeld Hoffmann. Marc has broad array of litigation experience covering business matters, insurance coverage, catastrophic personal injury, and large property losses including utility caused wildfires.