Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019
2 p.m. EDT; 1 p.m. CDT; 12 p.m. MDT; 11 p.m. PDT
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Teri L. Champ
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Digital Technology Housekeeping for In-House Counsel
Digital technologies and tracking tools are rapidly changing and the privacy landscape is shifting. GDPR went live on May 25, 2018 and organizations struggled to understand their obligations. Many organizations still are not ready. U.S. privacy law is changing, too, as well as in Canada, Mexico, South America, Asia-Pacific, and Africa.
How does in-house counsel address the complexities of these requirements from a technical and operational perspective? Do they know what is happening on their websites and applications? How do they handle data? Are they equipped to address their organization’s data and privacy issues?
Whether you counsel companies or are in-house counsel yourself, this webinar is designed to give you some tools and processes that can be implemented in any organization to better address data privacy controls within your digital assets.
What you will learn:
How digital tracking works
How organizations can achieve transparency over their data privacy practices
What the legal and regulatory landscape looks like for data privacy
Tools that can assist the in-house counsel with operationalizing compliance
Teri L. Champ is General Counsel of CancerLinQ, a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Society of Clinical Oncology, Inc. (ASCO). Teri also serves as Senior Counsel and Division Director to ASCO and its subsidiaries. Her practice focuses on strategic and commercial transactions, intellectual property, big data, health information technology, and corporate governance.
Teri was named as one of Washington’s top “40 Lawyers Under 40” in 2015 by Legal Bisnow and Trending 40, and one of DC’s Rising Stars by Super Lawyers in 2015 and 2016.
Previously, Teri served as Senior Counsel with Foley & Lardner LLP where she practiced corporate and business law with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, federal securities law, licensing, and corporate governance. She has assisted both emerging and established public and private acquirers and targets in mergers and acquisitions transactions, international transactions, United States maritime matters, and general business and corporate governance matters. She has represented a broad range of clients with diverse interests and needs, including public companies, smaller reporting companies and closely-held corporations. With respect to general business counseling, Teri has a particular focus on distribution and supply agreements, employment and non-compete agreements, and transactions in the healthcare space.
Teri served a member of the pro bono committee for Foley’s Washington, D.C. office, coordinating the firm’s efforts assisting elderly residents in the Washington, D.C. area with their estate planning needs, including the preparation of wills and powers of attorney.
She is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia. She is a member of the American Bar Association and the Women’s Bar Association of D.C.
Specialties: Intellectual Property, big data, GDPR compliance, strategic transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and corporate formation and governance.
Education: J.D., University of Michigan School of Law.