As businesses across industries turn to artificial intelligence and machine learning for insights, data is driving innovation and technology development. Who owns the underlying data and the resulting technology? How can restrictions on data use limit the resulting technology applications?
Companies need to keep pace tracking and monitoring intellectual property ownership and rights in this fast-paced environment, without stifling innovation. During this webinar, we will explore how IP and technology licensing principles apply to data licensing, and trends we are spotting as we help companies navigate new deal structures.
Please join us for a program focused on the latest 2021 FinTech and blockchain developments. Sidley lawyers in the banking, white collar, and FinTech groups will discuss the key regulatory and enforcement issues related to enhanced focus by the DOJ, SEC, CFTC, FinCEN, CFPB, OCC, and Federal Reserve on FinTech, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies from both the criminal and civil enforcement perspectives.
Please join us for a panel discussion titled, “What Have We Learned About Privacy from the Pandemic, and What Does it Mean Going Forward?” at the Technology Policy Institute (TPI) 2021 Aspen Forum on Monday, August 16. In addition to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on data privacy, the panel will discuss privacy legislation, the Biden Administration and Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Schrems, and disruptive technologies.
The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack shone a spotlight on the importance and potential vulnerabilities of U.S. critical energy infrastructure. Join our panel of energy industry and cybersecurity thought leaders for a discussion of the threats targeting the industry today, the state of the law when it comes to safeguarding against cyberattacks, and what to expect from Congress and the Administration as calls for increased regulation intensify.