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Jason Lien Serves as Presenter for Webcast Sponsored by CFO Magazine on Legal Issues Involving Cloud-Based Computer Systems
"The CFO Playbook on Cloud: The Legal Issues CFOs Must Know About," panel member, webcast, CFO.com, 2013
October 07, 2013
Jason Lien served as part of a distinguished panel for the live webcast titled "The CFO Playbook on Cloud: The Legal Issues CFOs Must Know About" on October 7, 2013 for CFO.com, the online website for CFO magazine. The webcast panel addresses the legal risks that confront both providers and tenants of cloud services. They also provide guidance to professionals in assessing a vendor's security protocols and operational practices to limit security and other risks, the regulations currently on the books affecting cloud users in different industries, and those in the offing, such as The European Union's work on a cloud-based uniform model. The panelists also discuss contract due diligence, risk management and best practices, as well as licensing restrictions and patent issues in the cloud environment.

Jason Lien is a partner in Maslon’s Litigation Group, and an experienced trial lawyer who practices commercial litigation in a wide range of substantive areas, with a special emphasis on litigation involving the construction, real estate, food, and healthcare industries. He has appeared in federal and state court on behalf of food companies, design-build firms, general contractors, architects, specialty contractors, property management companies, real estate owners, and lenders.

For more information on the live webcast from CFO magazine, go to The CFO Playbook on Cloud: The Legal Issues CFOs Must Know About.

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