Ossian Law P.C.’s April and May events have now been scheduled:
Tuesday, April 22 – Data Security Laws: A Practical Approach, 8-9:30am
In the wake of the Target and Neiman Marcus breaches, new data security laws are being introduced at both the federal and state levels. Beyond Graham Leach Bliley Act, HIPAA and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, that each address specific types of data, there are conflicting state data protection and breach notification laws. Compliance can be challenging. Kathy Ossian will navigate through existing laws, analyze pending legislation and offer suggestions on a practical approach towards addressing compliance. Complimentary to Ossian Law clients; $25.00 for all others. Continental breakfast is included. Space is limited. Register here.
Thursday, May 15 – “Twibel” and Other Forms of Online Defamation, 8-9:30am
The first case of Twitter libel (“Twibel”) went to trial in 2014. Online defamation appears to be more prevalent than ever. Kathy Ossian will discuss the elements of libel and details of specific claims and results. Learn steps to avoid being the victim (or perpetrator) of online defamation. Complimentary to Ossian Law clients; $25.00 for all others. Continental breakfast is included. Space is limited. Register here.
Both events will be held at Ossian Law P.C., 701 Woodward Heights, Suite 117, Ferndale MI 48220
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Kathy Ossian is one of GreeningDetroit.com’s attorneys and counselors at law. Kathy is Founder and CEO of Ossian Law, P.C., a firm focused exclusively on Information Technology Law. Kathy is a former Senior Principal at Miller Canfield where she headed up the firm’s Information Technology & Cyberlaw Section. Kathy has almost 30 years of legal experience and over 16 years of Information Technology law expertise.
Kathy is an Advanced Certified Faculty Member at University of Phoenix where she teaches graduate and undergraduate business law courses. A long time Best Lawyer in America and Michigan Super Lawyer in information technology law, Kathy is a frequent author and speaker on the information technology law topics of the day.