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Privacy and Information Security Monthly Update - ABA Section of Antitrust Law-Privacy & Information Security, Corporate Counseling, Consumer Protection, and Private Advertising Litigation Committees

On December 4, 2012, Partner Mary Ellen Callahan, Associates Michael T. Borgia, David M. Didion and former Associate Jennifer K. Gregory will present the Privacy & Information Security Monthly Update for the ABA Section of Antitrust Law-Privacy and Information Security (AT-PRIS) Committee, with the Corporate Counseling, Consumer Protection, and Private Advertising Litigation Committees.  The Monthly Update is the AT-PRIS Committee's signature series, a telephonic program featuring a monthly round-up of privacy and data security news.  During this program, which will be held from 1-2 p.m. (ET), the Firm team will review privacy and information security legislative, regulatory, enforcement and litigation developments that took place during the month of November.  To register, contact Jeanne Welch at jawelch@vorys.com.  Registrants will be provided with a call-in number on December 3.  The PowerPoint presentation will be available the morning of the program to members only through the Privacy & Information Security Committee website.  

Ms. Callahan is the founder and chair of the firm’s Privacy and Information Governance Practice.  The former Chief Privacy Officer of the United States Department of Homeland Security, she is a nationally recognized privacy attorney with an extensive background in consumer protection law.

Mr. Borgia is an associate in the Litigation Department.  Before joining the firm, he worked in the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and interned with the Consumer Protection Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.

Mr. Didion is an associate in the Litigation Department where he focuses on communications and technology regulation.  Prior to joining the Firm, he interned in the FCC’s Media Bureau, concentrating on media ownership rules and the National Broadband Plan.