Orrick IP partners, Annette Hurst and Karen Johnson-McKewan, are both speakers at the National Association of Women Judges 2018 Midyear Meeting held at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge on April 12-14, 2018.
April.12.2018 - April.14.2018 | New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
Please join Orrick Partner Darren Teshima and AltaClaro on Wednesday, April 4th for a free live, interactive CLE webcast titled "Mitigating Hacker Risk: Demystifying and Negotiating Cyber Insurance Policies".
K-12 cybersecurity mishaps and incidents dot the country. As we enter a new school year, with new digital tools and services, what have companies and districts learned about safeguarding sensitive information? How can buyers be savvier when reviewing privacy and security policies? (What questions ...
September.20.2017 | The Orrick Building, 8th Floor
How will artificial intelligence and robotics change our lives - the way we work, earn a living, fight wars, solve problems? How will privacy, security, and cyber-espionage evolve in the coming years of interconnectivity (and how much should the average person or company care)? How will the world’s ...
(英語の後に日本語が続きます。) This seminar will discuss the scope of the ransomware threat to your business; steps to take to prevent ransomware attacks, including obtaining cyber insurance coverage; and how to respond when your company is hit with ransomware.
Orrick partners Darren Teshima and Aravind Swaminathan will join Monica Patel, Senior Regional Counsel at IBM, for a panel discussion on “Preparing for a Ransomware Attack” at the Minority Corporate Counsel Association's Global TEC (Technology, Education, and Careers) Forum.
Darren Teshima, a partner in the firm’s Insurance Recovery practice and Co-leader of Orrick’s Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution group, will be moderating two panel discussions at the 2017 RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition on April 25 and 26 in Philadelphia.
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