FTC's Red Flags Rule

    Law Seminars International Presents: FTC's Red Flag Rules

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    What You Will Learn

    • Practical guidance for complying with the Red Flags Rule
    • How the rule applies to your business
    • How to develop and implement an effective plan
    • Key considerations for companies conducting business on the Internet
    • Connections between this Rule and other security breach rules
    • Potential consequences for failure to comply

    Distinguished Panel

    Gregory Casamento, Moderator, is a partner in the New York office of Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell, where he focuses on business, commercial, insurance and intellectual property litigation. He also has significant experience assisting clients with e-discovery, privacy and e-signature issues. Mr. Casamento also advises clients on a review of their business processes and systems to ensure they create admissible and enforceable e-signatures, e-contracts and e-records.

    Joy M. Benner is Counsel and Corporate Secretary at ING, a global financial services organization, where she provides counsel on privacy and information security matters and manages the corporate governance of ING's US insurance operations. She has been with the ING organization since 1999.

    Cora Tung Han is an attorney in the Federal Trade Commission's Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, where she works on data security and privacy investigations, rulemakings, and policy development. Prior to joining the FTC, Ms. Han was an attorney at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, where her practice focused on trademark, copyright, and media law.

    Who Should Dial-In

    Attorneys, executives, and technical professionals representing companies across various industries, including:

    • Businesses or organizations that regularly provide goods or services first and allow customers to pay later, such as utilities, health care providers, lawyers, accountants, and telecommunications companies;
    • Businesses or organizations that regularly grant loans, arrange for loans or the extension of credit, or make credit decisions, including finance companies, mortgage brokers, and automobile dealers; and
    • Anyone who regularly participates in the decision to extend, renew, or continue credit, including setting the terms of credit.

    Why You Should Dial-In

    Enforcement of the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Red Flags Rule, a measure taken by the FTC to combat identity theft, began on January 1, 2011. Despite an amendment to the federal law mandating the Red Flags Rule signed by President Obama on December 18, 2010, much confusion remains as to who will be deemed a "creditor" under the Rule.

    In this one-hour TeleBrieing, our distinguished panel of experts -- including a representative from the FTC, an in-house lawyer for a major financial services organization, and a leading attorney in private practice -- will help you determine which activities potentially make your organization a "creditor" under the Rule, while providing practical guidance for businesses and advocates seeking to comply.

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