26th Annual Technology Law Institute

Recorded October 21, 2011

Co-Sponsor

  • Technology Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding

  • David C. Keating, Program Chair, Alston & Bird LLP, Atlanta

Welcome and Program Overview

David C. Keating

technology and privacy: considering privacy issues of new technologies

Margaret “Peggy” Eisenhauer, Privacy & Information Management Services, Atlanta

Cloud computing: getting to the silver lining

Moderator

  • Brett Lockwood, Smith Gambrell & Russell, LLP, Atlanta

Panelists

  • Roy Hadley, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Atlanta
  • Bill Morlan, Cisco Systems, Inc., Lawrenceville
  • Bradley Reeves, General Counsel, Predictix, Atlanta

trends in state law taxation of it transactions

David Golden, Troutman Sanders LLP, Atlanta

social media technologies and business: blessing or curse?

  • Matthew Clarke, Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP, Atlanta
  • Amy Elizabeth Loggins, Corporate Counsel, Crawford & Company, Atlanta

law enforcement in the age of anonymous: the network intrusion and cybersecurity landscape and what every business should know

  • James Harvey, Alston & Bird LLP, Atlanta
  • Wayne Peterson, Assistant to Special Agent in Charge, Cyber Investigations Branch, U.S. Secret Service, Washington, DC

recent developments in export controls

Jason M. Waite, Alston & Bird LLP, Washington, DC

recent developments in technology law— survey of federal and state decisions, laws and trends

  • Sarah M. Shalf, Administrative Professor of Law, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta
  • Mari L. Myer, The Myer Law Firm, Decatur