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Duke Law School Upcoming Protected-Privacy Data Conference to Feature Hogan Lovells Partner

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

15 November 2012
Duke Law School is hosting the Protected-Privacy Data Conference on November 29–30, 2012, addressing a range of privacy issues including especially U.S. litigation conflicts between discovery and foreign privacy protections, secrecy, and blocking laws. The event is part of The Duke Conference: Bench-Bar-Academy Distinguished Lawyers’ Series.
Duke Law School Upcoming Protected-Privacy Data Conference to Feature Hogan Lovells Partner

Hogan Lovells partner Chris Wolf will participate on two panels at the conference. The first will cover “Recent Developments in EU and Other Regions’ Privacy Laws.” The second will cover “Sedona Conference and Other Proposed Approaches to Address Conflicting Demands.”

More information on the conference—including the agenda, panelists, and registration information—can be found on the Duke Law website.

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

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