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Eran Kahana to Serve on a Panel for Stanford Law School's Digital Economy Best Practices Conference 2019

June 10, 2019

Eran Kahana, attorney in Maslon's Business & Securities and Technology, IP & Media Groups, will serve on a panel for Stanford Law School's Digital Economy Best Practices Conference on June 10, 2019. During the session, titled "Smart Contracts & Third Party Relationships—Best Practices and Common Pitfalls," panel members will discuss non-disclosure agreement generators, new tools and options, where to draw the line between "smart" contracting and legal judgement, and managing vendor and other third party relationships. They will also discuss what roles a legal team plays in managing the risk involved with employees having access to internal systems within a company or sharing potentially sensitive data.

Eran is an experienced attorney concentrating his practice on cybersecurity and intellectual property law. He counsels clients on a wide variety of matters related to cybersecurity, privacy, technology law, artificial intelligence, trademarks, patents, and copyright issues. In addition, Eran is a Fellow at Stanford Law School and serves in a variety of cybersecurity thought-leadership roles. He is a graduate of the FBI's Citizen Academy and works closely with the FBI, Department of Justice, Secret Service, and colleagues from the private and academic sectors to promote and sustain cybersecurity best practices. At Stanford Law School, Eran writes and lectures on the intersect between law and artificial intelligence. He has been interviewed on artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, privacy, and technology law for Bloomberg Law, BBC, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), KABC Radio, WCCO Radio, Minnesota Public Radio, Star Tribune,, Stanford University Radio, KZSU FM, Twin Cities Business magazine, and Quartz.

For more information or to register, go to: Stanford Law School, Digital Economy Best Practices Conference 2019.


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