Speaking Engagements

UPCOMING SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

October
21

Security: What Different Industries Are Doing to Protect You

November
16

The Role of School Board Counsel in Cybersecurity Incidents

PAST SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

September
29

Understanding Intellectual Property and the Value of Trademarks

September
27

Ransomware, Cyber Insurance, and the GC’s Role: Current Executive Order, Risks Related to Payment, FBI Guidance

September
21

Cybersecurity Insurance Webinar

September
10

NLRB Update

September
09

Handling Workplace Investigations Like a Pro

September
09

Cybersecurity in 2022: Examining an Evolving Threat Landscape from Incident Response to Building Resilience

September
08

Early Bird Ethics

August
18

Cyber Resilience: Turning Your Enterprise Into a Phoenix Rising From the Virtual Ashes

August
10

Lessons from the Life Cycle of a Cyber Incident – Expert Perspectives on What to Do Before, During, and After Experiencing a Cyber Incident

July
22

Medical Malpractice Litigation in Virginia – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

June
21

Defending Against Resident Abuse Cases

June
21

The Information Blocking Rule

June
15

The Information Blocking Rule

June
08

The Information Blocking Rule

June
03

Cyber Litigation

May
18

Responsibility of Attorneys to Develop and Maintain Tech Knowledge

May
12

Protecting Patient Data from Cyber Criminals: HIPAA Compliance Strategies

May
11

Joint Representations in Complex Estate Plans: Avoiding the Ethical Traps

April
29

Ethics Potpourri—The Essence of Professional Responsibility

April
20

Cyber Security Incident Response 101

March
24

Understanding Intellectual Property and the Patent Process

March
23

Cyber Threats: Architects and Contractors Could Be the Next Big Target

March
23

Labor & Employment Law Career Panel

March
04

Marijuana and the Workplace

February
24

Drafting Data and Cybersecurity Provisions in Third-Party Vendor Agreements: Limits to Liability, Indemnification

January
21

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Revisited – What the Legal Industry Gets Wrong about DEI

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