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Eran Kahana to Moderate Panel Discussion at Minnesota CLE's 2014 Computer & Technology Law Institute
"Cyber-Privacy and Security: Legal Developments, Business Trends, Consumer Responses," moderator, 2014 Computer & Technology Law Institute, Minnesota CLE, 2014
November 18, 2014

Eran Kahana, special counsel in Maslon's Business & Securities Group, will serve as a panel moderator at Minnesota CLE's 2014 Computer & Technology Law Institute on November 18, 2014. The Institute brings together national authorities and Minnesota experts to share their insights into the latest developments and hot topics in computer and technology law.

During a morning session, Eran will moderate a panel discussion titled "Cyber-Privacy and Security: Legal Developments, Business Trends, Consumer Responses." The discussion will highlight key legal developments—regulatory, legislative, and litigation—in cyber privacy and security, and it will help attendees identify implications for businesses and consumers as well as share different perspectives about the developments and implications.

Eran Kahana is an intellectual property attorney with a strong IT background and extensive experience advising clients in domestic and international settings. He focuses his practice on matters such as trademark prosecution, cybersecurity, and drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial agreements, such as licensing, procurement, and consulting.  Eran is a frequent speaker and writer on various intellectual property topics and a Research Fellow at Stanford Law School.

For more information or to register, go to: 2014 Computer & Technology Law Institute.

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