Conference Agenda

Protected-Privacy Data Conference

(U.S. Litigation Conflicts Between Discovery and
Foreign Privacy Protections, Secrecy, and Blocking Laws)

Thursday, November 29, 2012

TIME

SESSION

7:30 a – 8:30 a

Continental Breakfast and Sign-In

8:30 a – 8:45 a

Welcoming Remarks

8:45 a – 10:15 a

PANEL 1: Disclosure of Protected Data:  Foundations and Framework

10:15 a – 10:30 a

Break

10:30 a – 12:00 p

PANEL 2: Extent of Burdens and Expenses in Complying with Conflicting EU Privacy and US Discovery Laws

12:00 p – 1:15 p

Lunch

1:15 p – 2:45 p

PANEL 3: Recent Developments in EU and Other Regions' Privacy Laws

2:45 p – 3:00 p

Break

3:00 p – 4:30 p

PANEL 4: Current Approaches Taken in Litigation to Comply with Conflicting US Discovery and EU Privacy Laws

5:30 p

Bus Transportation to Duke Law

6:00 p – 7:30 p

Reception at Duke Law

Friday, November 30, 2012

TIME

SESSION

7:30 a – 8:30 a

Continental Breakfast

8:30 a –10:30 a

PANEL 5: Sedona Conference and Other Proposed Approaches to Address Conflicting Demands  

10:30 a – 10:45 a

Break

10:45 a – 12:45 p

PANEL 6: Feasibility of Rules Amendments, Legislation, International Treaties, Compacts, and Conventions to Address Conflicting Demands

12:45 p – 1:00 p

Grab-and-Go Lunch

    
   Panel 1   Disclosure of Protected Data:  Foundations and Framework
 

    Professor Stephen B. Burbank, University of Pennsylvania Law School

United States Magistrate Judge Frank Maas, Southern District of New York

Professor Ralf Michaels, Duke Law School (Moderator)

Judge K. Michael Moore, Southern District of Florida

Jonathan Wilan (Baker & McKenzie)

 
Panel 2   Extent of Burdens and Expenses in Complying with Conflicting EU Privacy and
US Discovery Laws

 

David M. Bernick (Boies, Schiller & Flexner)

Mary Ellen Callahan, Jenner & Block (former Privacy Chief, U.S. Dept. Homeland Security)

David Hoffman (Intel, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer) (Moderator)

Christina Peters (IBM, Chief Privacy Officer)

Jonathan Wilan (Baker & McKenzie)

 

Panel 3   Recent Developments in EU and Other Regions’ Privacy Laws


Martin E. Abrams (Centre for Information Policy Leadership, President) (Moderator)

Mary Ellen Callahan, Jenner & Block (former Privacy Chief, U.S. Dept. Homeland Security)

Orrie Dinstein (GE Capital, Chief Privacy Leader and Senior Counsel)

Amor Esteban (Shook Hardy & Bacon)

Christopher Wolf (Hogan Lovells)

 

Panel 4   Current Approaches Taken in Litigation to Comply with Conflicting US Discovery
and EU Privacy Laws

 

Theodore Edelman (Sullivan & Cromwell)

David W. Ichel (Simpson Thacher & Bartlett)

Peter J. Kahn (Williams & Connolly) (Moderator)

United States Magistrate Judge Frank Maas, Southern District of New York

Judge K. Michael Moore, Southern District of Florida

United States Magistrate Judge Viktor V. Pohorelsky, Eastern District of New York

 

Panel 5   Sedona Conference and Other Proposed Approaches to Address Conflicting Demands
 

Martin E. Abrams (Centre for Information Policy Leadership, President)

James Daley (Daley & Fey)

Amor Esteban (Shook Hardy & Bacon) (Moderator)

Christopher Wolf (Hogan Lovells)

 

Panel 6   Feasibility of Rules Amendments, Legislation, International Treaties, Compacts, and Conventions to Address Conflicting Demands
 

Judge Michael M. Baylson, Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Professor Stephen B. Burbank, University of Pennsylvania Law School (Moderator)

Professor Richard L. Marcus, Hastings College of Law

Judge Anthony J. Scirica, Third Circuit Court of Appeals