29th Annual Technology Law Conference

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    Jennifer Rangel is speaking at the 29th Annual Technology Law Conference in Austin,TX taking place May 26-27, 2016.

    UT Law’s 29th Annual Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners, in-house counsel from leading tech companies, and experts in copyright, trademark, open source, and data privacy and security for the latest issues affecting the technology industry. This year's program features:
    • Advanced licensing—learn practical negotiation and drafting strategies, including key clauses in light of recent developments
    • Open source software licensing and developments in compliance initiatives
    • The Evolving U.S. and EU Privacy Framework, with insight from Dell and BP International
    • Ethical issues involved in the use and regulation of big data, as well as the intersection of data mining and political activities
    • Cybersecurity—recent legal and regulatory developments, tips for developing and testing incident response plans, and best practices for cyber risk management
    • Protecting Trademarks and Copyrights Online
    • A look at how technology is changing the employee-employer relationship—agreements for protecting yourself from the “moonlighting employee,” as well as the evolving difference between employees and “end-users” when Working for the App
    • Key Issues in Corporate Transactions, plus legal and business considerations for taking a company public
    • A panel of U.S. District Court Judges discuss current issues in technology law and best practices as they occur in federal litigation
    • Network with program faculty and attendees at the Thursday Evening Reception.

    Jennifer's session is on Thursday, May 26th and is titled "eHealth: Where Are We Now?"

    Explore recent trends arising from the intersection of technology and health care, including the use of telemedicine/telehealth, wearable health technology, mobile medical apps, and a review of current data sharing issues and how health data can be shared among payors, providers, and employers, and for what purposes. 

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