Risks and Liabilities in Cyberspace

Eric Sinrod, Partner, Duane Morris
Companies of all types and individuals now conduct business and live significant parts of their lives online. While the Internet provides tremendous commercial and personal opportunities, it also poses a number of risks and can create significant liabilities. Learn about these risks and liabilities and how to stay safe online. This session will cover a variety of important Internet issues, including intellectual property, privacy, security, marketing, advertising, Cybercrime, jurisdiction, electronic discovery, and winning disputes.
Sep 14 2011
33 mins
Risks and Liabilities in Cyberspace
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