Broadcasting July 25th, 2017
8:00-10:15pm PST / 9:00-11:15pm MST / 10:00-12:15pm CST / 11:00-1:15pm EST
This course highlights the potential data ownership and transfer issues that may come up during a corporate acquisition. Data is no longer just an issue for technology companies. Almost every company has data issues, whether it's the protection of employee data, ownership rights of consumer data, transferability and cross border issues, and how to handle a post-merger integration of data. This class helps you identify what types of data may be in play, how to manage the data prior to the acquisition, and what to do post-closing.
Alia R. Luria
Alia works with companies ranging from newly formed starters to publicly traded corporations and provides transactional legal representation ranging from corporate transactions to matters of data law. As a former software engineer with experience in web-based application development spanning a number of industries, including the telecommunications, entertainment, and business-to-business services, she routinely advises clients on information security, privacy, information governance, intellectual property licensing, technology contracting, corporate transactions, software and data asset transfers, social media, and Internet-related matters.