The Nineteenth Annual Canadian IT Law Association Conference

Seminar | October.26.2015 - October.27.2015

The St. Andrew’s Club and Conference Centre, Toronto, ON

Orrick will be sponsoring the "Managing Privacy and Cyber Risk with Cyber Insurance" roundable at the Canadian IT Law Association's annual conference.

Russell Cohen will be a featured panelist and Mark Mermelstein will be moderating the session which will focus on topics such as:

  • What does cyber insurance cover?
  • How does cyber insurance differ from traditional insurance?
  • Improving your cyber insurance coverage
  • The intersection of D&O and cyber liability
  • Cyber insurance requirements in commercial agreements
  • Qualifying for cyber insurance: evolving underwriting standards and requirements
  • New cyber insurance developments: IoT, war and terrorism, regulatory action
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Practice:

  • Litigation & IP Sector
  • Technology Sector
  • 反トラストおよび不正競争防止
  • 民事訴訟
  • 複雑な訴訟および紛争処理
  • サイバーセキュリティおよびデータ機密性
  • 保険金の回収

Russell P. Cohen パートナー 反トラストおよび不正競争防止, 民事訴訟

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Russell Cohen represents some of the world's leading tech companies in antitrust and other complex business disputes. 

Russ is an experienced litigator with a focus on antitrust and unfair competition disputes, venture capital and other complex litigation, particularly in the technology sector. He has represented industry-leading clients, including Microsoft, LinkedIn, Netflix, Zillow, and others, in federal and state court, and in arbitration proceedings.

Russ is also committed to pro bono legal work and community service. He was counsel in the successful Alien Tort Statute case against one of the assassins of Archbishop Oscar Romero, who was murdered in El Salvador in 1980. He is currently representing a parent and child separated at the Southern border, has represented former Guantanamo detainees pursuing damages for torture and unlawful detention, and was amicus counsel for a group of Canadian and international human rights organizations and scholars in the U.S. Supreme Court in Arar v. Ashcroft.