Contract Drafting and Management: Developing Provisions to Mitigate Security, Compliance, and Technology Risks
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide corporate counsel, directors, and officers on methods to minimize risks by drafting specific contract provisions. The panel will discuss approaches to limit exposure in service agreements, managing third-party breaches, and due diligence considerations in the outsourcing of products and services.
- Elements of risk management
- Data privacy
- Compliance with ASC 606 and IFRS 15
- Technology used to mitigate risk
- Pitfall avoidance
- The interplay between risk allocation provisions
- Practice tips
The panel will review these and other crucial issues:
- How best can business counsel put a data privacy plan in place, and what steps should attorneys take once a breach has occurred?
- What types of provisions should corporate counsel address to comply with ASC 606 and IFRS 15?
- How can businesses utilize technology to manage their risks?
- How can business counsel best mitigate risk addressing other current contract compliance trends?
Monique N. Bhargava
Loeb & Loeb
Ms. Bhargava advises clients in a broad spectrum of industries with respect to advertising, consumer... | Read More
Ms. Bhargava advises clients in a broad spectrum of industries with respect to advertising, consumer promotions/marketing, trademark, copyright, data privacy, domain name, and other intellectual property matters relating to the advertising, entertainment, and media sector. She also has extensive experience negotiating sales and marketing agreements, advertising and media technology agreements, as well as talent, sponsorship, and licensing agreements.Close
Kari S. Larsen
Ms. Larsen represents clients in U.S. and EU regulatory, legislative, risk management, compliance and internal control... | Read More
Ms. Larsen represents clients in U.S. and EU regulatory, legislative, risk management, compliance and internal control matters related to innovative technologies, such as digital assets and cryptocurrencies, and exchange-traded and over-the-counter commodities and derivatives markets. She has direct experience working at the first U.S. based, banked and regulated digital currency derivatives exchange and clearing organization in the role of GC and regulatory advisor, where she managed all aspects of the legal, regulatory, governmental affairs, risk management and compliance functions of the exchange. As part of her blockchain practice, Ms. Larsen counsels clients on business and usage strategies, drafts and negotiates third party agreements, advises on potential regulatory requirements and liaises with government agencies.Close