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  • Lilienfeld Discusses Challenges for the Healthcare Industry in Attracting a Strong Board

    3 Oct 2016

    Partner Doreen Lilienfeld (New York/Menlo Park-Compensation, Governance & ERISA) explores hot topics in board composition for the healthcare industry. In this podcast, she shares her insights on the impact of ISS and Glass Lewis’s 2017 recommendations on board composition and provides valuable advice on how a board can make itself attractive to top candidates.

  • An Interview With the Global Head of Privacy at LinkedIn

    26 Sep 2016

    Kalinda Raina, head of Global Privacy at LinkedIn discusses the challenge in both protecting private information while still giving people the ability to control their public information. Also discussed are how different cultures value anonymity versus openness; how our identity gets determined for us in the wake of our digital footprints; the obligation of privacy and security to understand each other and — when knowing that everything creates data these days — determining the right thing to do to protect it.

  • Navigating Iran Sanctions

    22 Sep 2016

    With the recent news that the US allowed Boeing and Airbus to sell airplanes to Iran, partners Lisa Jacobs and Philip Urofsky discuss the challenges still ahead for western aircraft manufacturers and examine the differences between US and EU regulations in navigating Iran sanctions.

  • Hammes Discusses the Challenges Impacting Transmission Systems

    20 Sep 2016
    Partner Tricia Hammes looks at the hot topics in renewable energy in a three-part podcast series.  In this episode, she examines how transmissions systems are trying to stay pace with the intermittent nature of renewables and how market-based initiatives – along with involvement from state and federal authorities – are addressing this challenge.
  • Reynolds Interviewed by the Financial Times Banking Weekly Podcast

    24 Aug 2016
    Partner Barney Reynolds (London-Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory) was interviewed in a podcast by the Financial Times discussing Brexit options.
  • An Interview With the Chief Privacy Officer at Visa

    10 Aug 2016

    Jack Yang, Chief Privacy Officer at Visa discusses treating data as an asset and the principles of consent, notice and choice common to both the US and EU privacy regulations. He also looks at the challenges of having privacy catch up as we continue to innovate in our use of data and what young business and start-ups need to know.

  • An Interview With the Chief Privacy Counsel at Microsoft

    25 Jul 2016

    Mike Hintze, Chief Privacy Counsel at Microsoft, discusses how almost everything Microsoft does – from internal functions like HR and sales and marketing, to every one of their products – touches on privacy; and the need for more communication between privacy and its close cousin, security.

  • An Interview With the Head of Data, Toyota Research Institute

    14 Jul 2016

    Jim Adler, Head of Data, Toyota Research Institute, looks at the technical, privacy, data protection, and security issues and challenges surrounding the use of connected and self-driving cars. These products depend on a lot of data to operate effectively, and it is important that drivers have control and transparency on the data collected regarding their driving behavior.

  • An Interview With the Executive Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology

    30 Jun 2016

    Jim Dempsey, Executive Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology and member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, former Vice President for Public Policy with the Center for Democracy and Technology, former Deputy Director of the Center for National Security Studies and former Assistant Counsel on the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, discusses the need for today’s attorneys to be conversant in technology; what general counsel need to worry about when they are informed of a potential breach; trans-border issues when two (or more) countries have legitimate claims to data and how the law is going to keep up with the challenges of the Internet of Things and privacy.

  • An Interview With the Policy Compliance Director at Yahoo!

    22 Jun 2016

    Malita Barkataki, Policy Compliance Director at Yahoo!, looks at how having a strong privacy program is an absolute selling point for a company in the technology sector.  Also discussed in the podcast is how you can’t have privacy without security, how privacy considerations are built into Yahoo!’s products at the outset, achieving “positive sum” privacy and how the European privacy discussion differs from the US.

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