Twilla Case (Epiq Systems) and Joe Leventhal (Dinsmore & Shohl LLP)
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
While cyberattacks on political parties and corporations are frequently in the news, less publicized are attacks targeting professional services firms, such as law firms or perhaps your appraisal firm. You cannot predict such an attack, but you can have a defensible course of action in place should a breach occur, remediating potentially disastrous consequences. The speed in which you know who to call, where the incident occurred, which system was breached, what data was stored where, and how many systems were affected, has the potential to make or break your business.
In this seminar, we will focus on knowing where your data is stored and how to provide a level of care that aligns with the business needs and the regulatory environment in which you operate. This session will give consideration to your obligations under the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice and, in particular, protecting both your own internal information and your client’s confidential information. We will look beyond the obvious commercial risks associated with owning and maintaining sensitive data and help bring defensible insight into knowing where your information assets are stored.
Cushman & Wakefield
La Jolla Commons
4747 Executive Drive
San Diego, 92121
Room is on first floor off of lobby
Parking available in La Jolla Commons garage (fee may be required)
ASA CE Credit: 2 hours requested, awaiting approval from ASA
About the Speakers:
Twilla Case is a Director of Global Legal Solutions for Epiq Systems with a focus on Information Governance, Data Breach Response and eDiscovery. An experienced Information Governance and eDiscovery professional assisting corporations, law firms, and Legal IT with actionable and defensible response plans to mitigate business interruption and costs associated with investigations, litigations and data breach.
Joe Leventhal is the Managing Partner of Dinsmore in San Diego where he is leading the firm’s efforts to grow its practice and presence throughout California. He is also a member of the firm’s Litigation Department focusing on representing clients of all sizes, from Fortune 250 companies to individuals at the highest levels of corporate America and the U.S. government.
Joe has successfully represented high-profile companies in a variety of complex commercial litigation and legal matters. His practice spans many areas of business litigation and litigation avoidance, including the defense of class actions, patent litigation, complex contract matters, and white collar defense. In addition, he has extensive experience managing electronically stored information in the context of litigation, speaking often on the topic.
Previously, he served as an attorney in the White House. In his role as Deputy Assistant to the Vice President, his responsibilities included functioning as the final substantive control point before information reached the Vice President, managing complex policy and political issues, and representing the Vice President’s interests on all policy matters within the Administration. In this capacity, Joe had TS/SCI clearances and handled countless classified documents related to foreign and national security policy.