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Hogan & Hartson Privacy Lawyers Featured in Chubb Online Innovation Event on Social Media Risk from April 26-29: You are invited to participate

09 April 2010

Hogan & Hartson privacy attorneys, including Chris Wolf, will be participating in the Chubb Social Media Risk Innovation Event, hosted from April 26-29 by the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies and its technology partner, Imaginatik.  The event is an online, interactive session with risk managers, other business professionals, agents, and brokers in which pariticipants will collectively identify risks and potential mitigation strategies regarding the use and potential misuse of social media.  Hogan & Hartson attorneys will be on hand throughout the event to facilitate the discussion and contribute expertise regarding legal risks businesses face from sanctioned and unsanctioned corporate and employee use of social media.

Demonstrating the power of social media, musician Dave Carroll posted a video seen by millions of people on YouTube chastising an airline he accused of breaking his guitar. View an invitation from Dave to Chubb's Social Media Risk Innovation Event.

You may self-register on-line at https://chubbsocialmedia.imaginatik.com. The first 500 people to register will receive a free download of "Perfect Blue," Dave's new album.

Once registered, you may participate in this online event either remotely via your PC, laptop, smartphone, (e.g., BlackBerry, iPhone, etc.) or at Chubb booth #1511 at the RIMS Conference in Boston, MA. We also welcome you to invite clients you believe would be interested in participating in this event by forwarding this email and its self-registration link.


Chubb will award prizes to participants who submit the most ideas and whose ideas generate the greatest amount of collaboration. The prizes include cash donations to charities, ranging from $500 to $2,000, in the names of the top three scoring participants.

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