Law Seminars International Presents:

A Timely and Important Conference on

Artificial Intelligence and Privacy

Unique business issues, new regulations, tips and tools for achieving compliance while meeting business objectives

August 22 & 23, 2019

Seattle, WA

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Who Should Attend

In-house and outside counsel, business executives, agency officials, and consultants involved with privacy, data security, and other consumer protection issues arising from use of AI in operations and marketing

Why You Should Attend

Big data, machine learning, and new applications for artificial intelligence are revolutionizing technology businesses, academic research, and increasingly, the practice of law. In this timely new conference, we'll explore how AI technologies are inextricably tied to privacy and security issues.

Our exploration starts with how AI fits into existing general privacy regulations in the United States and the European Union. We'll then turn to legislative initiatives to develop policies, at the state and federal levels, to specifically address issues arising from the use of AI. This will include regulation of specifically sensitive consumer information involving health care, biometric applications, and education. You'll have an opportunity to hear directly from state and federal consumer protection agencies on their enforcement priorities relating to AI.

We'll wrap up with practical tips for designing and implementing AI-related privacy policies and notices, and for dealing with AI as a disruptive technology. These include copyright and free speech issues when machines create the content. You'll have a chance to learn about the most effective strategies for prioritizing privacy compliance as your organization implements AI data innovation.

We hope you will be able to join us for both the program and the reception at the end of the first day. Register now to reserve your seat.

~ Benjamin Glatstein, Esq. of Microsoft and Amy Levin Ragen, Esq. of Ragen Swan, Program Co-Chairs

What You Will Learn

  • Technical issues for understanding and validating AI solutions
  • Legal issues to consider in evaluating AI business models
  • AI and existing general privacy regulations in the US and EU
  • What to expect for new legislation regulations specifically addressing AI
  • Industry case studies of privacy regulations for protection of particularly sensitive consumer information
  • HIPAA for health records
  • Facial recognition and other biometric applications
  • Education
  • What to expect from federal and state consumer protection agencies
  • Consumer recovery of damages for breaches or misuse of information
  • The art of transparency for privacy notices
  • Copyright and free speech when machines create content
  • Prioritizing privacy while adopting new AI technologies

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Agenda Day 1

8:00 am

Registration Opens

8:30 am

Introduction & Overview

Benjamin Glatstein, Esq. , Program Co-Chair, Assistant GC -- Artificial Intelligence & Research
Microsoft / Redmond, WA

Amy Levin Ragen, Esq. , Program Co-Chair
Ragen Swan / Seattle, WA

8:45 am

Artificial Intelligence (AI): Technical Overview of What It Is, How it Works, and Business Model Trends

Technical issues for understanding and validating AI solutions; governance of AI technology through corporate controls for managing AI solutions

Joe Sremack , Director - Advanced Analytics & Investigations
DBO / Washington, DC

Legal issues to consider in evaluating AI business models including the need to identify and avoid potential regulatory pitfalls

Carley Daye Andrews, Esq.
K&L Gates / Seattle, WA

10:15 am

Break

10:30 am

AI and Existing General Privacy Regulations

United States: The federal and state regulatory pieces; how they fit together; what applies to the use of AI in products and services

Charlyn L. Ho, Esq.
Perkins Coie / Washington, DC

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation: Update on the 2018 reforms; the extent to which existing directives contemplate AI

Emily Jones, Esq.
Osborne Clarke / Palo Alto, CA

12:00 pm

Lunch (on your own)

1:15 pm

What to Expect for Regulatory Structures Specifically Addressing AI

California as a pace setter: Update on SB 327 relating to the Internet of Things, a joint resolution adopting the 23 Asilomar AI principles; the California B.O.T. Act of 2018; new autonomous vehicle regulations and upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act

H. Mark Lyon, Esq.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher / Palo Alto, CA

Washington: Update on the results of proposals in the 2019 legislative session focusing on data collection/use and facial recognition technology; trends in proposals in other states

The Hon. Reuven Carlyle , (D) 36th District (inv)
Washington State Senate / Olympia, WA

Update on federal legislative proposals and the prospects for additional legislation passing this session

Yaron Dori, Esq.
Covington & Burling / Washington, DC

3:00 pm

Break

3:15 pm

Additional Privacy Regulations for Protection of Sensitive Consumer Information

Overview

Amy Levin Ragen, Esq. , Program Co-Chair, Moderator
Ragen Swan / Seattle, WA

HIPAA for health records

Rebecca L. Williams, Esq.
Davis Wright Tremaine / Seattle, WA

Facial recognition and other biometric applications

Nicola Menaldo, Esq.
Perkins Coie / Seattle, WA

Education

Lindsey L. Tonsager, Esq.
Covington & Burling / San Francisco, CA

5:00 pm

Continue the Exchange of Ideas: Reception for Faculty and Attendees

Sponsored by Perkins Coie and Ragen Swan

Friday, August 23, 2019

8:30 am

AI and Consumer Protection: What to Expect from Federal and State Enforcement Agencies

Federal Trade Commission

Charles A. Harwood, Esq. , Director, Northwest Region
Federal Trade Commission / Seattle, WA

State of Washington

Tiffany L. Lee, Esq. , Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Attorney General / Seattle, WA

9:45 am

Case Law Trends in Consumer Recovery of Damages for Security Breaches or Misuse of Consumer Information

Legal theories including class actions and products liability claims and potential defenses

Cari Campen Laufenberg, Esq.
Keller Rohrback / Seattle, WA

10:30 am

Break

10:45 am

Designing and Implementing Privacy Notices: The Art of Transparency

Privacy notices as a requirement for transparency; transparency as a prerequisite to obtaining permission to use data or providing notice when permission is not required

Mike Hintze, Esq.
Hintze Law / Seattle, WA

What privacy policies should look like given the state of the law? How do you build in flexibility to adapt to future changes?

Brian Downing, Esq. , Director, Engineering Group
Google Inc / Seattle, WA

Benjamin Glatstein, Esq. , Program Co-Chair
Microsoft / Redmond, WA

12:15 pm

Lunch (on your own)

1:30 pm

Dealing with AI as a Disruptive Technology

AI and copyright: Machines as creators

Steve Tapia, Esq. , Distinguished Practitioner in Residence
Seattle University School of Law / Seattle, WA

AI & the First Amendment: Machine-created speech as protected speech including Communications Decency Act (CDA) aspects

Ambika Kumar Doran, Esq.
Davis Wright Tremaine / Seattle, WA

Prioritizing privacy compliance during the transitions arising from data innovation: Tools and organizational structures for tracking personal information and approaching privacy in a strategic and defensible way

Kristina Bergman , Founder & CEO
Integris Software Inc. / Seattle, WA

3:30 pm

Evaluations and Adjourn

Faculty Bios

Benjamin Glatstein, Benjamin Glatstein, Program Co-Chair, is Assistant General Counsel for Artificial Intelligence & Research at Microsoft. He also supports the Apps & Services Group and the Copyright Group.

Amy Levin Ragen, Amy Levin Ragen, Program Co-Chair, of Ragen Swan practices in the area of intellectual property and technology transactions.

Carley Daye Andrews Carley Daye Andrews is a partner in the Technology Transactions and Data Protection group at K&L Gates. She has extensive experience with artificial intelligence and biometric information technologies.

Kristina Bergman Kristina Bergman is the Founder & CEO of Integris Software Inc., a data privacy company that helps organizations stay in compliance with data privacy laws.

The Hon. Reuven Carlyle The Hon. Reuven Carlyle represents the 36th District in the Washington State Senate. He chairs the Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee.

Ambika Kumar Doran Ambika Kumar Doran is co-chair of the Media Law Practice at Davis Wright Tremaine. She focuses on application of free speech principles to digital content.

Yaron Dori Yaron Dori is a partner at Covington & Burling. He focuses on privacy and consumer protection law advising telecom, technology, life sciences, and media companies.

Brian Downing is a Director in Google's engineering group, but a lawyer by training. Before joining Google's engineering team, he led Google's Search legal team.

Charles A. Harwood Charles A. Harwood is Director, Northwest Region for the Federal Trade Commission. From 2009 through 2013, he was Deputy Director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection in Washington.

Mike Hintze, Mike Hintze, Hintze Law, advises a wide range of companies, industry associations, and other organizations on privacy and data protection law, policy, and strategy.

Charlyn L. Ho Charlyn L. Ho is of counsel at Perkins Coie. She counsels clients on legal issues related to technology and privacy, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual reality, mixed reality and augmented reality platforms.

Emily Jones, Emily Jones, partner at Osborne Clarke, focuses on data privacy and technology law and heads the firm's Silicon Valley office. She works with clients to deliver a full range of data compliance strategies including the provisions of the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

Cari Campen Laufenberg Cari Campen Laufenberg is a partner at Keller Rohrback. She represents plaintiffs in class action litigation and serves as Co-Lead Counsel for over 2 million data breach victims in In Re: 21st Century Oncology Customer Data Security Breach Litigation.

Tiffany L. Lee is an Assistant Attorney General in the Office of the Washington Attorney General. She specializes in privacy, data security, and technology sector consumer protection investigations and litigation.

H. Mark Lyon H. Mark Lyon is a partner at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Chair of the firm's Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Practice Group.

Nicola Menaldo, Nicola Menaldo, counsel at Perkins Coie, represents and counsels technology and retail clients on a wide range of issues, including privacy and data security, marketing, biometrics, scraping and web crawling, machine learning, and international privacy and data security compliance.

Joe Sremack Joe Sremack is a Director for Advanced Analytics & Investigations at DBO. A computer scientist by training, he has deep knowledge of structured data collection and analysis.

Steve Tapia Steve Tapia is Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at Seattle University School of Law. He previously served as in-house counsel for DIRECTV Sports Networks, Microsoft, and HBO.

Lindsey L. Tonsager Lindsey L. Tonsager is a partner at Covington & Burling and co-chairs the firm's Artificial Intelligence Initiative. She helps clients launch new products and services that implicate the laws governing the use of artificial intelligence.

Rebecca L. Williams, partner at Davis Wright Tremaine and registered nurse, is a nationally recognized authority on HIPAA, health information privacy, and data breach response. This includes development of AI technologies to support HIPAA compliance.

Continuing Education Credits

Live credits: This program qualifies for 12.0 Washington MCLE credits. Upon request, we will help you apply for CLE credits in other states and other types of credits.

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1201 Third Avenue Building

1201 Third Avenue in Seattle, WA 98101

The conference will be held at the 1201 Third Avenue Building in Seattle, WA 98101. Lodging is available at a number of nearby hotels.
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