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Suffolk University Law Review
120 Tremont St, Ste 430, Boston, Massachusetts 02108
The Suffolk University Law Review and Suffolk University PCD are pleased to welcome all to The Internet of Things (IoT) Symposium on Thursday, October 4th 2018.
Attendance at one or more of the panels satisfies 1 CLE credits. Students must register by October 2nd on Symplicity.
Date of event: Thursday, October 4, 2018
Time: 12:00pm-4:30pm (consisting of three separate panels)
Location: Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont Street, Boston, MA
1st floor function room
The Symposium will consist of three separate panels. The first panel will discuss security and data privacy in the legal industry, specifically practical application of cyber security and how companies are adapting to advances in technology. Additionally, there will be a discussion on the GDPR and the efforts in the various states to apply similar restrictions on personal data and the internet. The second panel will discuss the challenges of the internet of things in the legal profession. The third panel will focus on the challenges of the internet of things in jurisprudence. Each panel will be moderated by Denise Howell of the «This Week In Law» podcast.
Panel 1: Security and Privacy (12:00pm-1:30pm)
Hodari McClane, Senior Manager | Capital One
Michael Rustad, Professor of Law | Suffolk University Law School
Tom Koenig, Professor of Law | Northeastern Law School
Panel 2: Challenges of IoT in Legal Profession (1:45pm-3:05pm)
Peter McLaughlin, Partner | Burns & Levinson
Nicholas Hasenfus, Associate | Holland & Knight
Christopher Seusing, Partner | Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman
Panel 3: Challenges of IoT in Jurisprudence (3:15pm – 4:35pm)
Honorable Michael Ricciuti, Massachusetts Superior Court Justice
Honorable Joseph Laplante, Chief Justice for the District of New Hampshire
Honorable Eric M. Mehnert, Chief Judge of the Penoscot Nation Tribal Court