Data in Transition: Privacy Management in Bankruptcies, Mergers and Acquisitions
Original broadcast date: November 19, 2009
A volatile economic climate means more companies are merging operations and, in some cases, filing for bankruptcy. At the center of it all are sensitive corporate assets that include customer and employee data as well as proprietary information on partnerships and transactions. How do you manage these valuable data assets in this challenging environment? Find out what leading legal experts on the issue have to say. The panel includes a U.S. Trustee who appoints Consumer Privacy Ombudsmen to the courts, and the CSO/CPO of a financial services company that has guided his organization through several mergers and a bankruptcy.
Diana G. Adams, United States Trustee for Region 2 (Connecticut, New York and Vermont)
Marc Loewenthal, CSO/CPO LPL Financial
Luis Salazar, CIPP, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig