NOVEMBER 8, 2018 | 4:00-6:00 P.M. | RUTGERS LAW SCHOOL, Baker Trial Courtroom
A light cocktail hour will follow on the Third Floor Atrium
Join the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal and the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance for our panel discussion addressing the impact of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision Carpenter v. United States, and its effect on privacy law and law enforcement’s ability to track historical or real-time cell phone location.
We will explore how other types of electronically gathered information, such as data stored by wearable technologies and location tracking applications, will be affected in the post-Carpenter era.
Please RSVP at rutgerscle.com
Douglas S. Eakeley
Alan V. Lowenstein Professor of Corporate and Business Law, Distinguished Practice Professor, and
Founder/Co-Director, Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance | Rutgers Law School
University Professor, Distinguished Professor of Law and
Judge Leonard I. Garth Scholar | Rutgers Law School
Assistant U.S. Attorney | U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of New Jersey
Mary Hildebrand CIPP/US/E
Partner, Founder and Chair, Privacy & Cybersecurity | Lowenstein Sandler
Associate General Counsel | Verizon
CLE Credit: NJ: 2.4 | NY: 2.0 | PA: 2.0.
Registration Fee: $50 for CLE credit or FREE with promo code NOCLE572