Sandra A. Jeskie: Lawyer with Duane Morris LLP

Sandra A. Jeskie

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Practice Areas

  • Internet Law
  • E-Commerce
  • Technology Law
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Computer Law
  • Licensing
  • Complex Commercial Litigation
 
Contact InfoTelephone: 215 979 1395
Fax: 215 689 2586
http://www.duanemorris.com/attorneys/sandraajeskie.html
 
University LaSalle University, B.A., Computer Science, 1984; LaSalle University, M.B.A., 1991
 
Law SchoolTemple University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1997
 
Admitted1997, Pennsylvania and New Jersey; U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania; U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey; Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; Supreme Court of New Jersey
 
Memberships International Technology Law Association (Vice President, 2009, Treasurer, 2008, Secretary, 2007 and Assistant Secretary, 2006, Executive Committee; Member, Board of Directors; Editor, Chair, 2003-present and Former Vice Chair, E-Newsletter); American Bar Association (Former Member, Standing Committee on Technology and Information Systems; Section of Litigation; Intellectual Property Section; Science and Technology Section); Philadelphia Bar Association (Treasurer, 2009, Secretary, 2007-2008, Executive Committee and Former Chair, Cyberspace and E-Commerce Committee, Business Law Section; Former Chair, Technology Subcommittee, Strategic Planning Committee; Former Chair, Technology Advisory Committee).

 
BornPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, June 9, 1961
 
Biography

Sandra A. Jeskie has a diverse national trial practice, handling a broad range of matters in federal and state courts across the United States and before arbitrators for international and domestic clients. She is the leader of the firm's Information Technologies and Telecommunications interdisciplinary group, co-chair of the firm's e-discovery practice, chair of the Women's Initiative and a member of the firm's Partners Board.

Ms. Jeskie often serves as a court-appointed Special Master in federal court, is a neutral arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), as well as a Judge Pro Tempore in the Commerce Court program. Recognizing the value of settlement to her clients, Ms. Jeskie has often used her skills, judgment, and creativity in negotiating settlements that her clients have found favorable. In fact, many of her greatest successes have not been published. She also has a reputation for being immediately responsive to clients and working efficiently and within budgets. These skills have served her well as she has been repeatedly recognized in BTI Consulting Group's annual polling of in-house counsel in a client satisfaction survey as "delivering the absolute best client service."

In 2013, she was named one of 43 "Best-of-the-Best Attorneys" and "Cream of the Crop Litigators" in Law360, and received an award as one of the 2012 Most Powerful and Influential Women of Pennsylvania by the National Diversity Council. She also recently served as President of the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw).

Ms. Jeskie's litigation practice includes cases involving commercial, intellectual property, information technology and software disputes, as well as a wide range of matters involving contracts, torts, privacy, defamation, security and employment. In addition, Ms. Jeskie also develops and manages systems for efficient control and handling of litigation and discovery, including e-discovery and document retention.

Leveraging her more than 16 years of experience as a computer scientist, she also negotiates and drafts various software and technology agreements. She has handled numerous security and data breaches and counsels clients on privacy, security policies/practices, and systems development projects.

Ms. Jeskie has taught at nearly a hundred professional education conferences in numerous cities around the United States and in fourteen countries in Europe, Asia and South America. She is a co-author of chapters in the acclaimed treatise Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, as well as The Woman Advocate, and is often quoted in the press. She was also an adjunct professor at Rutgers School of Law, Camden, New Jersey, and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She has been listed in Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition and has repeatedly been recognized in the International Who's Who of Internet and e-Commerce Lawyers.

Ms. Jeskie earned her J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law, magna cum laude. She graduated with an M.B.A. from LaSalle University, where she also earned her B.A. in computer science.

Representative Matters

Court-Appointed Special Master and Expert

· IpVenture Inc. v. Sony Electronics Inc., et al. (D.Del.) - Court-appointed special master to address discovery disputes in patent infringement case.

· Rhoads Industries, Inc. v. Building Materials Corp. of America, et al. (E.D. Pa.) - Court-appointed special master to address certain e-discovery issues.

· In re Processed Egg Products Antitrust Litigation (E.D. Pa.) - Court-appointed special master to address certain e-discovery issues.

· Signature Systems, Inc. v. Richard Bowman, et al. (E.D. Pa.) - Court-appointed expert to address issues relating to software for point-of-sale restaurant systems.

Patent Litigation

· Stillman v. Novartis Consumer Health Inc. - Represented defendants CVS Pharmacy Inc. and Walgreen Company in a patent infringement suit related to a generic product.

· Schreiber, ZaBeCor Pharmaceuticals v. Eli Lilly - Represented plaintiffs in an inventorship and patent infringement suit relating to a major pharmaceutical. (E.D. Pa.)

· Accu-Time Systems, Inc. v. Zucchetti et al. - Represented defendant in a patent infringement and unjust enrichment litigation relating to a time keeping device. All claims were withdrawn after minimal discovery. (E.D. Pa.)

· Block Drug v. AccuMed - Represented defendant in patent infringement litigation involving generic product. Settlement achieved that client found favorable. (D.N.J.)

· Rothman v. Mothers Work - Participated in defense of national maternity apparel company and its distributors against patent infringement claims. Negotiated settlement that client found highly favorable on eve of trial. (D.N.J.)

Software Litigation

· Lockheed Martin v. MTA Capital Construction Co. and Metropolitan Transportation Authority (S.D.N.Y.) - Trial counsel for Lockheed Martin in a contractual dispute arising from an agreement between the parties for the design, development and installation of an integrated electronic security system for New York City's public transportation system, with damages estimated at more than $130 million.

· Factory Mutual Insurance Co. v. SunGard Sherwood Systems (S.D.N.Y) - Represented plaintiff insurance company in software failure litigation. Settlement achieved that client found favorable.

· Ortivus v. MIS (E.D. Pa.) - Represented software developer in software failure litigation. Settlement achieved that client found favorable.

· Lead counsel for several different software developers and licensees in various jurisdictions relating to disputes over software development and/or software licensing agreements.

· Represented numerous software developers and licensees in pre-suit investigation and consideration of claims.

Other Intellectual Property Litigation

· Career Network, Inc., et al. v. WOT Services, Ltd. (Ninth Judicial. Cir. Fla.) - Obtained an order from the Circuit Court of Orange County, Fla., dismissing with prejudice a suit brought against an operator of a web of trust website by a group of corporate plaintiffs based on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

· Johnson Matthey v. Research (S.D.N.Y.) - Represented plaintiff in complex pharmaceutical development, trade secret and licensing litigation. Settlement achieved that client found favorable.

· Harold v. Pill Pockets, Inc., et al. - Represented defendants, a manufacturer and distributor of a pet related products, in defending a broad intellectual property suit brought by the prior owner of a patent. Settlement achieved that client found favorable.

· Begraft v. E-Bay Inc. (N.J. Superior Ct.) - Represented E-Bay in litigation relating to rescinded on-line bid on real estate and eBay's online policies. Prevailed by motion and case was dismissed with prejudice.

· CertainTeed v. CTA Acoustics - Represented plaintiff in trade secret and business tort litigation. Settlement achieved that client found favorable.

· Babiarz v. Verizon - Represented Verizon in defending a broad intellectual property suit brought by an employee. Achieved dismissal of 13 causes of action on preliminary objections. (Phila. Commerce Ct.)

· Yahoo! - Represented Yahoo! in several cases relating to ISP liability under the Communications Decency Act (CDA). Achieved a result that Yahoo! found favorable in cases, either by settlement or dismissal.

· Freedom Medical, Inc. v. Gillespie, et al. - Represented defendant in breach of employment agreement, unfair competition and trade secret case. Achieved settlement that client found favorable. (E.D. Pa.)

· Fifty-Six Hope Road Music, Ltd. v. Fame Jeans, et al. - Represented defendant relating to use of photographic images of Bob Marley. Achieved settlement that client found favorable.

· Represented several companies and institutions in domain name disputes under the Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy.

· Represented several companies defending spam and junk fax litigation.

Commercial, Business Tort and Antitrust Litigation

· Johnson Matthey Inc. v. E.I. Du Pont De Nemours & Co. (Del.) - Lead counsel for Johnson Matthey in AAA arbitration relating to supply contracts and pricing issues. Secured settlement that client found favorable.

· Dick v. Microsoft (D.Md.) - Counsel for plaintiffs in private plaintiffs' antitrust case against Microsoft Corporation. Deposed several key software witnesses and attended court hearings.

· GMAC Mortgage Corporation, et al v. Omni National Bank - Represented defendant bank in a contract case relating to lending practices. Settlement achieved that client found favorable.

· Johnson Matthey v. Baldwin, et al. - Represented plaintiff against multiple defendants in material conversion case. Settlement that client found favorable achieved on the eve of trial.

· In Re: Electrical Antitrust, et al v. Morganite, Inc, et al. - Represented several major transportation authorities and the class as co-lead counsel relating to the sale of electrical carbon products. Settlement achieved that client found favorable.

· Reed Elsevier Inc. v. Alexander & Associates, P.C., et al. - Represented plaintiff in claims of tortious interference with contractual relations, tortious interference with prospective contractual relations, negligent misrepresentation, and commercial disparagement. Settlement achieved that client found favorable. (E.D. Pa.)

· Government Guarantee Fund of The Republic of Finland and SkopBank, et al. v. Hyatt Corp. - Represented foreign government-owned lender, owners and asset manager of resort hotel and condominium project in the United States Virgin Islands in dispute with branded manager of hotel over hotel management contract and termination of manager. Case was resolved on eve of trial with settlement that the client found highly favorable. (District Court of the Virgin Islands)

· Freeland v. Wilsonart - Defended manufacturer of countertop laminate and glue against product liability claims of product failure.

· Fitz-Randolph v. Ralph Wilson Plastics Company, et al. - Defended manufacturer of countertop laminate and glue against product liability claims of product failure. (D.N.J.)

· In re Phillips; Represented trustee of a large estate in claims against and brought by former family member. Secured favorable settlement. (Orphans Court, Philadelphia County)

Privacy, Security and Social Media

· Represented numerous large companies engaged in retail, financial services and the hospitality industry in addressing sensitive security and data breaches, breach notifications, remedial actions and in developing security breach incident response plans.

· Represented and advised numerous large companies on complex privacy issues.

· Developed social media and blogging policies, including policies for employees authorized to engage in social media or blogging and general policies.

· Developed complex privacy policies, security policies, website terms and conditions of use, technology use policies and other e-commerce and technology issues.

Software Licensing and E-Commerce Contracts

· Ortivus - Counseling and preparation of agreements for this healthcare IT company that offers information and decision-making support systems.

· Opti-Script and MT Audit Services, LLC - Prepared and negotiated customer contracts, software licensing, and a variety of e-commerce contracts.

· Dun & Bradstreet - Prepared and negotiated customer contracts, software licensing and a variety of e-commerce contracts.

· Worked with clients to respond to software audits and compliance demands.

· Prepared and negotiated a variety of software license or other IT agreements for a variety of large companies in all industries.

Areas of Practice

· Commercial Litigation

· Software Litigation

· Privacy

· Security and Data Breaches

· Intellectual Property Litigation

· Computer Law

· Internet Law

· E-commerce

· Licensing

· Corporate Compliance

· E-discovery and document retention

Experience

· Duane Morris LLP
- Partner, 2005-present
- Partners Board, 2012-present
- Associate, 1997-2004
- Law Clerk, 1996

· Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, N.J., Adjunct Professor, Cyberlaw, Fall 2003

· IADC Trial Academy, 2000

· Honorable James R. Melinson, United States Chief Magistrate Judge, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Intern, 1995

· Computer Sciences Corporation
- Senior Computer Scientist, 1981-1995

· Sperry Univac
- Computer Programmer, 1980-1981

Professional Activities

· Judge Pro Tempore for the Philadelphia Commerce Court

· American Arbitration Association (AAA)
- Neutral Arbitrator

· World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Neutral Arbitrator

· International Technology Law Association (formerly Computer Law Association)
- Executive Committee-President, 2010-2011
-- Vice President, 2009
-- Treasurer, 2008
-- Secretary, 2007
-- Assistant Secretary, 2006
- Board of Directors, Advisory Board
- Editor of E-Newsletter
-- Chair, 2003-2010

· American Bar Association
- Former Member, Standing Committee on Technology and Information Systems
- Section of Litigation

· Philadelphia Bar Association
- Business Law Section
-- Executive Committee
--- Chair, 2011
--- Treasurer, 2009
--- Secretary, 2007-2008
-- Former Chair, Cyberspace and E-Commerce Committee
- Strategic Planning Committee
- Former Chair, Technology Advisory Committee

· Appointed Member, Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, December 2006

· Duane Morris Women's Initiative
- Chair

· Duane Morris Information Technology and Telecom Interdisciplinary Group
- Chair

· Duane Morris E-Discovery Practice Group
- Co-Chair

Honors and Awards

· Named a 2012, 2013 and 2014 BTI Client Service All-Star MVP in BTI's annual polling of in-house counsel for their client satisfaction survey

· Recognized as the National Diversity Council's "2012 Most Powerful and Influential Women of Pennsylvania"

· Appointed to the American Arbitration Association (AAA)

· Appointed to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Panel of Neutral Arbitrators

· Appointed to the E-discovery special masters panel for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania

· International Who's Who of Internet and e-Commerce Lawyers, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

· Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, 2009 and 2013

· Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition, 2009 and 2010

· Named 2007 BTI Client Service All-Star for "delivering the absolute best client service" (presented to only 148 attorneys nationwide, as nominated by Fortune 1000 clients)

· Voted 2005 Rising Star of lawyers in Pennsylvania

· Recipient of the Philadelphia Bar Association, Business Law Section "Chair of the Year Award"

Civic and Charitable Activities

· Spark Program Mentor

· Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP)

· Attorney (Child Advocate), Support Center for Child Advocates, Philadelphia, PA

Publications

Selected Publications

· Quoted, "GCs Name 43 Best-Of-The-Best Attys," Law360, February 19, 2013

· Quoted, "GCs Name Cream Of The Crop Litigators," Law360, February 19, 2013

· Quoted, "GCs Pick 20 Topflight IP Attys," Law360, February 19, 2013

· Author, "Second Circuit Addresses DMCA Safeharbor in Landmark Case," Duane Morris TechLaw Blog, April 10, 2012

· Author, "FTC Released its Final Report Today on Best Practices for Businesses to Protect Consumer Privacy," Duane Morris TechLaw Blog, March 26, 2012

· Author, "E-discovery Taxation Costs Slashed by the 3rd Circuit," Duane Morris TechLaw Blog, March 20, 2012

· Quoted, "Corporate Counsel Honor Favorite Litigators", Law360, February 2, 2012

· Co-author, "Contracts," Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, Thomson Reuters, Third Edition, 2011

· Author, "The Ever Expanding Data Breach Notification Laws...," Duane Morris TechLaw Blog, October 6, 2011

· Quoted, "Little Common Ground Regarding Models for E-Discovery Practices," The Legal Intelligencer, September 6, 2011

· Quoted,"The Judiciary Juggle: Courts Vary on E-Discovery Issues," The Legal Intelligencer, August 30, 2011

· Quoted, "Are E-Discovery Sanctions More Fear Than Reality?" The Legal Intelligencer, August 22, 2011

· Author, "Employee Theft of Trade Secrets-Protecting the Family Jewels," Duane Morris TechLaw Blog, August 2, 2011

· Author, "Geotagging and Other Electronic Tracking-Worth the Risk to Privacy?" Duane Morris TechLaw Blog, July 18, 2011

· Author, "The Changing Face of Litigation-can the Loser Be Charged with the Other Party's E-Discovery Costs?" Duane Morris TechLaw Blog, July 17, 2011

· Co-Author, Inside the Minds: Understanding Developments in Cyberspace Law, Thomson Reuters, 2011

· Co-author, "Pa. Supreme Court Rejects Federal Case Law on E-Discovery; Adopts Proportionality Test for E-Discovery in Amendments to Rules of Civil Procedure," Duane Morris Alert, June 12, 2012

· Co-author, "Pa. District Court Awards $367,000 in E-discovery Costs to Prevailing Defendants," Duane Morris Alert, June 7, 2011

· Author, "Entering and Drafting Contracts With Health Information Technology Vendors: An Overview," BNA's Health Law Resource Center, March 28, 2011

· Co-author, "Thorough Contracts Mitigate Software Development Risk," Counsel to Counsel Magazine, Winter 2010

· Co-author, "U.S. District Court Imposes Stiff Sanctions for Destruction of Electronically Stored Information in Discovery," Duane Morris Alert, September 27, 2010

· Author, Chapter "R U Ready: The Internet for Women Litigators", Woman Advocate, Second Edition, American Bar Association, March 2010

· Co-author, "E-Discovery: Policies and Practices", E-Discovery Roundtable, The Legal Intelligencer, February 2010

· Author, "Data Security Compliance Deadlines Are Quickly Approaching," Duane Morris Alert, February 16, 2010

· Quoted, "Q&A With Eckert Seamans' Stephen Foxman, Law360 New York, October 13, 2009

· Author, "Massachusetts Modifies Its New Information Security Rules for Businesses and Extends the Compliance Deadline Again," Duane Morris Alert, August 19, 2009

· "FTC Extends Compliance Deadline Again for "Red Flag" Identity Theft Rules," Duane Morris Alert, July 30, 2009

· Author, "'Red Flag' Identity Theft Rules Apply to Unsuspecting Businesses; FTC Extends Compliance Deadline," Duane Morris Alert, May 1, 2009

· Quoted, "Not Preparing for E-Discovery Can Be Costly", The Business Consumer's Advisor, November 2008

· Co-author, "Massachusetts Extends Compliance Deadline on New Information Security Rules Applying to Unsuspecting Businesses," Duane Morris Alert, November 18, 2008

· Co-author, "ICANN Releases Draft Applicant Guidebook for New Generic Top-Level Domains," Duane Morris Alert, October 30, 2008

· Co-author, "'Red Flag' Identity Theft Rules Apply to Unsuspecting Businesses; FTC Extends Compliance Deadline," Duane Morris Alert, October 30, 2008

· Co-author, "Massachusetts Forces Businesses to Implement Sweeping Information Security Measures by January 1, 2009," Duane Morris Alert, October 14, 2008

· Quoted in NJ Biz, "When Business Requires the Service of a Gumshoe", July 23, 2007

· Quoted in Compliance Reporter, "Court Widens E-Discovery," July 2, 2007

· Quoted in "Legalities arise, as blogging becomes more widespread," Philadelphia Business Journal, October 14, 2005

· Co-author, "Contracts," Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, Thomson Reuters, Second Edition, 2005

· Quoted in Computer World Magazine, "E-Mail Exposure - Watch Out! You may be responsible for gremlins in your corporate e-mail", August 8, 2005

· Quoted in Computer World Magazine, "What IT Can Do", August 8, 2005

· Quoted in Computer World Magazine, "More to Come", August 8, 2005

· Quoted in National Journal's Technology Daily, "Class Action Bill Not a Top Priority for Many Techies", July 16, 2004

· Featured in article "Italian Experts Offer E Commerce View", Philadelphia Bar Reporter, May 2002

· Co-author, "Key Elements of an E-commerce Integration Project Contract," Journal of Internet Law, February 2003

· Featured in article with United States Attorney Patrick Meehan, Philadelphia Bar Reporter, October 2002

· "Key Elements of an E-Commerce Integration Project Contract," Vibes, Spring 2001

Speaking Engagements

Selected Speaking Engagements

· Speaker, "Preventing a Security Breach: Managing Employee Data and Security Risks in the Digital World," Webinar, November 21, 2013

· Speaker, "Hot Issues in Big Data," CEP Global Risk Round Table, New York, November 8, 2013

· Speaker, "Preventing a Security Breach," Duane Morris Alumni, October 24, 2013

· Interviewed on KYW, "Unopened Snapchat Messages May Not Always Stay Private," KYW, October 17, 2013

· Moderator, "Big Data and Business Intelligence," ITechLaw European Conference, Amsterdam, October 4, 2013

· Speaker, "Preventing a Security Breach: Managing Employee Data and Security Risks in the Digital World," Webinar, April 22, 2013

· Speaker, "Leadership Diaries... What's on the Workstack," CEP Global Risk Round Table, New York, November 2, 2012

· Speaker, "Competition Law: Discussion of Recent Patent Litigation, including Apple v. Samsung and Motorola Mobility v. Apple," ITechLaw European Conference, Rome, Italy, October 11, 2012

· Speaker, "Cyber Risk: What You and Your Business Need to Know Right Now Information and Data Security Breaches," ACG Monthly Breakfast Meeting, New Jersey, September 11, 2012

· Speaker, "Preventing a Security Breach: Managing Data Privacy and Security Risks in the Digital World," CLE Symposium, New Jersey, May 22, 2012

· Speaker, "Emerging Technologies and Mobile Apps," 2012 ITechLaw World Technology Law Conference, Washington D.C., May 3-4, 2012

· Speaker, "E-Discovery Update: How U.S. Litigation Can Impact Foreign Jurisdictions," ITechLaw 2011 European Conference, Oslo, Norway, October 20-October 21, 2011

· Speaker, "Preventing a Security Breach: Managing Data Privacy, Trade Secrets and Security Risks in the Digital World," New Jersey Association of Corporate Counsel, September 23, 2011

· Speaker, "Legal Risks and Challenges Related to Social Media," American Association of law Libraries (AALL), July 2011

· Co-Chair, ITechLaw World Congress, San Francisco, May 2011

· Guest Lecturer, "E-discovery," University of Pennsylvania School of Law, March 3, 2011

· Guest, "Disappearing Privacy," It's Your Call with Lynn Doyle, January 20, 2011

· Speaker, "Overview of Software Licenses," Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, PA, December 5, 2011

· Co-Chair, 7th International Asian Conference, Bangalore, India, February 3-4, 2011

· "Litigation Survey," PLI's Information Technology Law Institute 2011, New York City, April 7, 2011

· Speaker, "Reputation Management," Cyberspace Camp Program, Istanbul, Turkey, November 3, 2010

· Speaker, "Cloud Computing," Cyberspace Camp Program, Istanbul, Turkey, November 2, 2010

· Moderator, Litigation: Cross-border discovery and data protection; Pre-Trial/Arbitration Discovery (US) and Court-appointed Appointed Expert Fact-Finding Procedures (EU) - Use and abuse in technology litigation; ITechLaw Annual European Conference, Berlin, October 28-29, 2010

· Co-presenter, "Security Breaches," Duane Morris Audiocast, October 2010

· Co-presenter, "An Overview of Security Laws in the United States," Duane Morris Audiocast, October 2010

· Speaker, "e-discovery", University of Pennsylvania Law School, October 4, 2010

· Co-presenter, " Privacy Law in the U.S.: An Overview of Laws at the Federal and State Levels," Duane Morris Audiocast, July 2010

· Speaker, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce's "Women Take Charge" Program, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 18, 2010

· Speaker, "Legal Risks and Challenges in the Social Networking Space," ITechLaw Third Annual Tallinn Conference, Tallinn, Estonia, May 31-June 1, 2010

· Moderator, Data Protection and Privacy, ITechLaw World Congress, Boston, May 21, 2010

· Speaker, "Arbitration and Mediation in Commercial Disputes: Maximizing Results While Minimizing Costs," Association of Corporate Counsel Delaware Valley In-House Counsel Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 6, 2010

· Speaker, "The Good, Bad and Ugly of Social Media," Lower Merion Senior High School, April 2010

· Speaker, "Social Media and the Law II," BrightTalk Webcast, April 29, 2010

· Speaker, "Social Media and the Law I", BrightTalk Webcast, April 1, 2010

· Speaker, Privacy and Security 101 for Higher Education Institutions, Philadelphia, March 2010

· Keynote Speaker, "Social Media, Legal and Ethical Considerations," Ontario Bar Association Technology in Bloom 2010, Toronto, March 8, 2010

· Speaker, "Data Protection/Privacy and Security Law Recent Developments", BrightTalk Webcast, February 25, 2010

· Speaker, "Data Privacy for Multinationals, New Challenges for International Business," Law Seminars International, February 24, 2010

· Speaker, "Legal and Ethical Implications of Social Media," ITechLaw's Asian Conference, Bangalore, India, February 5, 2010

· Moderator, "E-Discovery Roundtable," The Legal Intelligencer, November 16, 2009

· Faculty Member, "Privacy and Data Security-2009 and Beyond," Pennsylvania Bar Institute seminar, Reading, Pennsylvania, November 13, 2009; Erie, Pennsylvania, November 24, 2009; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 30, 2009

· Panel Chair, "Open Source Software", ITechLaw European Conference, Brussels, November 5-6, 2009

· Speaker, "Data Privacy and Security", Universidade Estácio de Sá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 27, 2009

· Speaker, "Proprietary Rights v. Open Platforms," São Paulo Law School, São Paulo, Brazil, September 25, 2009

· Speaker, "US Standards for Data Privacy," São Paulo, Brazil, September 25, 2009

· Speaker and Course Planner, "Privacy and Security: 2009 and Beyond," Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, May 27, 2009

· Conference Chair, International Technology Law Association 2009 World Conference, Seattle, May 14-15, 2009

· Speaker, "Trial Courts + Technology," Third Circuit Judicial Conference, Philadelphia, May 5-6, 2009

· Speaker, "Competitive Intelligence and Corporate Espionage", International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw) 2008 Annual European Conference, Barcelona, November 6-7, 2008

· Speaker, "Insights into Key Software License Agreement Issues," Philadelphia Bar Association's Bench Bar Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey, September 19-21, 2008

· Guest on the CN8 morning show discussing email privacy, Philadelphia, June 3, 2008

· Moderator, "Liability in New Technologies", International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw) 2008 Annual Meeting and World Conference, Las Vegas, April 24-25 2008

· Speaker, "Playing it Safe: Protection of Trade Secrets and Personally Identifiable Information in the 21st Century", Duane Morris Womens' Initiative CLE Seminar, April 16, 2008

· Speaker, "They Said What?! Mitigating E-Discovery Risk by Changing Corporate Culture" Duane Morris, March 17, 2008

· Speaker and Panelist, "An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure", DELVACCA, Philadelphia, March 5, 2008

· Speaker, "The Integration of Health Networks," Duane Morris, February 2008

· Panel Chair, "New Technologies," ITechLaw's Asian Conference, Mumbai, India, February 7, 2008

· Speaker and Panelist, "Competitive Intelligence, the Sword and the Shield - Protecting Trade Secrets," New Jersey Corporate Counsel Association (NJCCA), December 13, 2007

· Speaker and Course Planner, "Privacy and Security," Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 27, 2007

· Speaker, "IT Litigation, From the Boardroom to the Courthouse: Developing the Case," ITechLaw European Conference, London, November 2, 2007

· Speaker, "Trade Secrets and the Risks Posed by Technology", Dupont's Intellectual Property Seminar, September 25, 2007

· Speaker, "E-Discovery Best Practices", Counsel to Counsel Seminar, New York, September 18, 2007

· Speaker and panelist, "Fact-Finding in Civil Law Countries: Lessons for Simplifying the U.S. Discovery Process," ABA Spring Meeting, May 2, 2007, Washington D.C.

· Speaker, "Competitive Intelligence, How Far Can You Go?" International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw) 2007 Annual Meeting and World Conference, Chicago, April 26-27, 2007

· Moderator, "E-Discovery Update," 6th Annual Minority Corporate Counsel Association's CLE Expo, Chicago, March 23, 2007

· Speaker, "Information Technology Law in the U.S.," Cyberspace Camp, Bangalore, India, February 10, 2007

· Speaker, "E-Discovery," Women's Initiative CLE Breakfast Seminar, Duane Morris, February 27, 2007

· Speaker, "Data Privacy and Security," Temple University, January 30, 2007

· Speaker, "IT Dispute Resolution - the use and admissibility of expert witness witnesses in US IT/IP disputes", International Technology Law Associations' 2006 European Conference, Prague, November 6-7, 2006

· Co-presenter, "Hot Topics in E-Commerce Websites," New Jersey Corporate Counsel Association (NJCCA) annual meeting, September 26, 2006

· Speaker, "Privacy and Data Protection in the U.S.," 2006 World Computer and Internet Law Congress, San Francisco, California, May 4-5, 2006

· Speaker and Course Planner, "Security and Information Technology," Hot Topics in Privacy and Security, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 16, 2006

· Speaker, "Information Security Governance, The threats to privacy and security", Computer Law Association European Conference, Stockholm, October 27-28, 2005

· Panelist, "What You Need to Know About IT Security and Privacy Law," hosted by Navigant, Chicago, June 29-30, 2005

· Moderator and course planner, "Software Infringement Update," 2005 World Computer and Internet Law Congress, Washington, D.C., May 5-6, 2005

· Moderator," Practicing Business Law Program," Philadelphia Bar Association, April 2005.

· Speaker, "Understanding Cyber Liability," National Business Institute's "Managing Information Risks in Pennsylvania" Seminar, January 2005

· Speaker, "Consumer and Corporate Privacy Concerns in the Wired World," Pennsylvania Bar Association's "E-Commerce: Legal and Practical Issues" Conference, December 2004

· "History of Legislative Efforts in Information Technology in the U.S. and the Framework for Current and Pending U.S. Information Technology Laws," European Cyberspace Camp, Amsterdam, November 2004

· "Understanding Cyber Liability," Managing Information Risks in Pennsylvania, National Business Institute, January 25, 2005

· "Consumer and Corporate Privacy Concerns in the Wired World," E-Commerce: Legal and Practical Issues, Philadelphia, December 22, 2004

· "Information Technology in the U.S.," European Cyberspace Camp, Computer Law Association, Amsterdam, November 18-19, 2004

· "Technology and Employment," Technology Law Forum 2004, Philadelphia, August 19-20, 2004

· 2004 World Computer and Internet Law Congress, Washington D.C., May 6-7, 2004, course planner

· "E-Commerce: Legal & Practical Issues," Pennsylvania Bar Institute program, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 16, 2003

· "Consumer Privacy in the Wired World," Hot Topics in Privacy Law, Pennsylvania Bar Institute program, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 24, 2003

· "Legal Issues Facing Corporations and Employers As a Result of Advances in Technology," Technology Law Forum 2003, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 23-24, 2003

· "Liability Associated with Using Online Information," Finding Facts on Line, presented by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 16, 2003

· "Privacy in the Wired World", E-Commerce Legal and Practical Issues, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 2002

· "Legal Issues Facing Corporations and Employers As a Result of Advances in Technology," Technology Law Forum 2003, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 19-20, 2004

· "Advanced Issues in IT Law 2002," Computer Law Association Conference, Orlando, Florida, October 3-4, 2002

· "Corporate Compliance Privacy Issues," Hot Topics in Privacy and E-Commerce, program sponsored by the Cyberspace & E-Commerce Committee, Philadelphia Bar Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 30, 2002

· "Cyberlaw 2001 Year in Review", Philadelphia Bar Association, January 2002

· "Website Development Agreements," The Computer Law Association's CyberSpace Camp Conference, San Jose, California, March 15-17, 2001

· "Online Commercial Legal Issues," Direct Response E-Mail Marketing Strategies National Conference, New York, New York, October 12, 2000

· "Overview of Legal Developments and Practical Strategies Regarding Privacy and Speech on the Internet at the Direct Response E-Mail Marketing Strategies 2000 Conference," sponsored by the International Quality & Productivity Center, San Francisco, California, May 12, 2000

 
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