WEBCAST: What to Do if The FTC Opens an Investigation into your Privacy Practices
Date/Time Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at 6:30 PM GMT/UTC
Duration 60 Minutes
Handout Materials
Presentation Slides
Cividanes Bio
Ingis Bio

Presented by ACC's IT, Privacy & eCommerce Committee and Sponsored by Venable LLP
The Federal Trade Commission conducts dozens of privacy and data security investigations every year (the approximately 100 publicly posted closing letters and settlements of such investigations over the past decade are only "the tip of the iceberg").  The presenters, veterans of many FTC investigations including the agency's first ever Internet privacy case, will report on investigative trends, and provide insight to steps that in-house counsel can take to reduce their clients' exposure when targeted by the FTC for an investigation, and help bring such an investigation to a satisfactory resolution.


Emilio W. Cividanes, Partner, Venable LLP
Stuart P. Ingis, Partner, Venable LLP

Moderator Kerry Childe, Senior Privacy & Regulatory Counsel, TG

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