Webinar: March 2020 Web Summit - The Worst Data Breaches and How You Can Avoid a Similar Fate
Webinar: March 2020 Web Summit - The Worst Data Breaches and How You Can Avoid a Similar Fate

Webinar: March 2020 Web Summit - The Worst Data Breaches and How You Can Avoid a Similar Fate

Employee data can be a treasure trove for hackers. Just think about it... social security numbers, bank accounts, check stubs and more. Your employees depend on you to keep their personal information safe. In this webinar, we’ll look at recent data breaches and what businesses can do to avoid a similar fate.

Speakers: Eric Richardson, J.B. Lind, Jacob Mahle and Brent Craft - Vorys Legal Counsel

Eric Richardson is a partner in the Vorys Cincinnati office and a member of the litigation group since 1997. His practice is focused on civil litigation and encompasses data breach and complex commercial and intellectual property litigation. Mr. Richardson has represented clients in a variety of significant data breach cases involving national merchants.

J.B. Lind is a partner in the Vorys Cincinnati office and a member of the litigation group. Recognized for his work in complex commercial litigation matters, Mr. Lind has particular experience with information privacy/data breach litigation, business litigation involving closely held or limited liability corporations, probate/estate litigation and intellectual property litigation.

Jacob Mahle is a partner in the Vorys Cincinnati office. His practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, and he has represented parties in a variety of commercial disputes. His practice includes representing corporate and individual defendants in government and regulatory investigations, defending False Claims Act matters involving CMS and the Department of Defense, representing retailers and financial institutions in data breach litigation, and counseling clients regarding privacy, data compliance issues, and incident response planning.

Brent Craft is a partner in the Vorys Cincinnati office. His practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, qui tam and federal False Claims Act cases, government procurement, intellectual property law, and internal investigations, including counseling clients on cybersecurity and data breach issues.

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