Data Privacy in the US: Where We Stand Today and Predictions for the Future
On December 2, 2020, the Contemporary Challenges in American & Global Law webinar series continued with a discussion of “Data Privacy in the US: Where We Stand Today and Predictions for the Future.” Breaking from the traditional speaker/commenter format utilized in previous events, this program was presented by co-speakers Justyna Regan, Ph.D. (LL.M. 2005), a senior attorney at Miller Canfield, and Douglas G. Bonner ’83, a partner for Potomac Law Group and Catholic Law Board of Visitors member. Professor Emerita Leah Wortham, director of the American Law Program and the LL.M. program in which Catholic University has partnered with Jagiellonian University, once again acted as moderator for the event.
Regan, Justyna and Bonner, Douglas G., "Data Privacy in the US: Where We Stand Today and Predictions for the Future" (2020). Other Lectures & Events. 40.