Strategies for In-House Counsel Responsible for Privacy and Data Security 

Preparing for, preventing and responding to privacy and data security litigation are crucial aspects of the in-house attorney function. Key responsibilities for the role will often include developing training programs and privacy policies, working with the board, choosing the right outside counsel and effectively coordinating with them during major events. As part of a recent Practising Law Institute conference, a panel of in-house and outside attorneys from Greenberg Traurig, Glassdoor, Inc., Activision Blizzard and Pandora Media, Inc., discussed successful approaches to these tasks, as well as lessons learned from mistakes. See “Proactive Steps to Protect Your Company in Anticipation of Future Data Security Litigation (Part One of Two)” (Nov. 25, 2015); Part Two (Dec. 9, 2015).

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