Our Technology Marathon is an annual series of tailored webinars focused on hot topics, trends, and key developments in the technology industry that are of essential importance to our friends and clients. Now in its 12th year, our expansive curriculum kicks off in May and continues into June.
With technology integrated into every facet of daily life, and new disruptors outpacing the legal and regulatory landscape, our topical tracks examine a full slate of current issues related to cyber and privacy; digital assets; global commerce; and artificial intelligence, automation, and next-generation technologies. Check back frequently for updates on our latest programming.
Questions? Please contact Aaisha Khan and Gail Sobha.
CLE Credit: Where noted: CLE credit in CA, IL, NY, PA, TX, and VA is pending approval. Credit in CT, FL, and NJ is pending approval (via reciprocity).
Go the distance with the 2022 Morgan Lewis Technology Marathon! Win prizes as you participate to complete a 5K, 10K, half-marathon, or whole marathon of webinars.
Come run the Technology Marathon with us! Meet us at the finish line to win exciting prizes including a digital smartwatch, water bottles, and innovative technology items.
Please join us as we discuss China's evolving data protection regime and what technology companies will need to know. This program will provide an overview of China’s Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) and Data Security Law (DSL), and their impact on the technology industry, cross-border transfer of data and technology, and relevant data privacy compliance issues.
With the US Department of Homeland Security warning to be on high alert for cyberattacks, it is more important than ever for businesses—especially critical infrastructure owners—to be vigilant with their implementation strategies.
We have seen a continued uptick in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and related transactions involving government contractors, which presents unique challenges and considerations for companies. Please join our panel of government contracts and transactional lawyers for a webinar discussing special issues in transactions involving government contractors.
Please join of counsel Sarah Riddell and associates Jacob Minne, Steven Lightstone, and Christina Wlodarczyk as they provide information on the state of digital asset startups, capital raising with tokens, and market predictions for the second half of the year. This presentation will also discuss regulatory due diligence considerations for startups and investors in the US and UK regulatory environment.
Please join partners Alishia Sullivan and Ksenia Andreeva and associates Carolyn Abram and Sam Hare as they explore the rise of digital and virtual assets in the Middle East, and major strides that are being made with a cluster of new regulatory measures.
In the wake of the Ukraine conflict, many corporate employers have positioned themselves to relocate their Ukraine and Russia-based tech talent, resulting in the creation of new tech hubs in the European Union. We will look at the most frequented jurisdictions for the displaced talent, the current state of the EU Directive, and immigration options for Ukrainians and Russians.
Data privacy regulations continue to be a hot topic around the globe as businesses become more digitally driven and cross-border data transfers grow exponentially. Join us for a webinar covering the latest data privacy developments.
Please join us as we discuss ongoing developments and coverage of cyberinsurance, with a focus on key elements of coverage, recent trends on coverage issues, and critical factors your company should consider as part of your overall cybersecurity protection strategy.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) is in vogue, but what does it mean for technology companies and why should they care about it? We will discuss how technology companies—both public and private—have addressed ESG issues internally and externally and why it is important to their various stakeholders including stockholders, investors, employees, and customers.
Join us as we discuss the tax and benefit issues facing companies dealing with remote work.