Data Protection in Cloud Computing Agreements: Allocating Risk, Interplay With Other Terms, Managing Compliance
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will explore the myriad issues associated with data protection provisions in cloud computing agreements. Business and technology counsel will hear from our expert panel as they discuss issue-spotting, key provisions for inclusion, and practical considerations for crafting data protection measures across different cloud applications.
- Data protection issues in cloud computing
- Service platforms
- Deployment platforms
- Key considerations in drafting
- Interplay with other provisions
- Interplay with other agreements
- Compliance concerns
- State/local law
- Federal/international law
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How can data protection terms be crafted to afford broad compliance with privacy laws?
- How can counsel for users and service providers effectively balance the risks associated with access to data by third-party vendors?
- How can counsel use the cloud computing agreement’s data protection terms to inform and manage the user’s data retention policy?
John C. Eustice
Miller & Chevalier
Mr. Eustice's practice focuses on the counseling and representation of businesses and individuals facing complex... | Read More
Mr. Eustice's practice focuses on the counseling and representation of businesses and individuals facing complex civil litigation or information technology issues. He has developed expertise in data privacy and data security issues, including issues relating to cloud computing services and cross-border transfers of electronic data. Mr. Eustice advises domestic and foreign clients on data privacy compliance and information technology contracts. He also has extensive experience in complex discovery, including all aspects of electronic and cross-border discovery.Close
Peter J. Kinsella
Mr. Kinsella practices in his firm's Technology Transactions & Privacy and Intellectual Property practices,... | Read More
Mr. Kinsella practices in his firm's Technology Transactions & Privacy and Intellectual Property practices, focusing on advising start-up, emerging and large companies on intellectual property, technology, licensing and transaction matters. He offers extensive experience structuring and negotiating domestic and international agreements in the areas of cloud services, outsourcing, product development, software development, technology transfer, consulting services, telecommunications, data sharing, complex procurement arrangements, product distribution and sales, contract manufacturing, OEM and ODM arrangements, marketing and advertising services, content creation and distribution, corporate sponsorships, and various types of patent, trademark and copyright licenses.Close
David W. Tollen
Mr. Tollen is the author of the American Bar Association’s bestselling manual on technology contracts, The Tech... | Read More
Mr. Tollen is the author of the American Bar Association’s bestselling manual on technology contracts, The Tech Contracts Handbook. He teaches IT contract negotiation and drafting at UC Berkeley Law School. In his practice, Mr. Tollen represents buyers and sellers in cloud computing, big data, and software licensing agreements, and he provides advice related to privacy, e-commerce, and IP rights in software. Mr. Tollen also serves as an expert witness in litigation about IT contracts. Finally, he provides professional training on drafting and negotiating technology contracts, through his other company, Tech Contracts Academy.Close