Forwarded from: "Loundy, David" <email@example.com> C O N F E R E N C E A N N O U N C E M E N T National Cybercrime Conference http://www.CybercrimeConference.org/ May 9-11, 2002 at The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois In our current state of heightened national security, the law affecting information and computers is changing rapidly. Hear the experts who are involved discuss where we have been, where we are, and what the future may hold. Speakers include practicing experts from government and industry who are making and enforcing the law today. Hosts: o The John Marshall Law School Center for Information Technology & Privacy Law o The American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section o The American Bar Association Section on Science and Technology Sponsors: o Pike & Fischer, Inc., publisher of the cybercrime LAW REPORT, Internet Law & Regulation and many other legal newsletters and reference services. http://www.pf.com/ o Zuckerman Spader LLP http://www.zuckerman.com/ Sessions: (see http://www.CybercrimeConference.org/program.html for details) o Overview of Computer Crimes, Intrusions and Attacks o Technology 101 & 102 o Overview of Cybercrime Laws (Federal and State) o Online Fraud o Computer Forensics o Intellectual Property "Theft" o Transborder/International Implications of Cybercrime o Unwanted Corporate Contact: Viruses, Trespass, and SPAM o Search & Seizure, Evidence Collection, Manipulation & Presentation o Prosecuting and Defending a Computer Intrusion Case o Existing and Proposed Civil Claims Under Computer Crime Laws o Economic Espionage o Panel: Anatomy of a Government Investigation o Sentencing in Federal Criminal Cases Involving the Use of Computers o Identity Theft o What Lawyers and Clients Need to Know: Counseling to Avoid and Address Unwanted Intrusions/Disclosures o Perspectives on Cybercrime o Keynote: Howard Schmidt, Vice Chairman, United States Critical Infrastructure Protection Board Confirmed speakers: o Robert S. Apgood, AvantLaw, PLLC o John D. Arterberry, Deputy Chief, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, United States Department of Justice o Susan W. Brenner, Associate Dean for Technology & Professor of Law, University of Dayton School of Law o William J. Cook, Partner, Freeborn & Peters o John J. Cotter, Partner, Testa, Hurwitz, & Thibeault, LLP o Scott Charney, Chief Security Strategist, Microsoft Corp. o Amie Clifford, Assistant Director, National College of District Attorneys o Frank Creighton, Senior Vice President and Director of Anti-Piracy, Recording Industry Association of America o Mark Eckenweiler, Senior Counsel, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, United States Department of Justice o David Glockner, Assistant United States Attorney & Chief of Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney's Office, Chicago o Marc Goodman, Senior Managing Director of the Digital Security and Investigations Group, Decision Strategies o R. Mark Halligan, Partner, Welsh & Katz o Gerald L. Jenkins, Partner, Goldberg, Kohn, Bell, Black, Rosenbloom & Moritz o Orin Kerr, Associate Professor, George Washington University Law School o Lew Koch, Investigative Reporter o Doris Long, Professor, The John Marshall Law School o David J. Loundy, Associate Director, Center for Information Technology & Privacy Law, The John Marshall Law School o John Malcolm, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, United States Department of Justice o Christopher M. E. Painter, Deputy Chief, Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section, United States Department of Justice o Jon Praed, Founding Partner, Internet Law Group o Jonathan J. Rusch, Special Counsel for Fraud Prevention, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, U.S. Department of Justice o Mike Scher, Director, Neohapsis Labs o Howard Schmidt, Vice Chairman, United States Critical Infrastructure Protection Board o Greg Shipley, Chief Technology Officer, Neohapsis o Robert Strang, Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, United States Department of Justice o Timothy P. Trainer, President, International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition o Patrick Zeller, Director, Computer Crime Institute for the State of Illinois o Marc J. Zwillinger, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis Registration: (see http://www.CybercrimeConference.org/registration.html ) $525 General Public $475 Member of Hosting Organization $375 Government $350 Law Student (limited discounted seating available) CLE Credit: Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) accreditation has been requested from all states which require continuing legal education. 15 hours of CLE credit have been requested from those states recognizing a 60-minute credit hour and 18 hours of CLE credit have been requested from those states recognizing a 50-minute credit hour. Contact (312) 988-6217 about MCLE application and approval two weeks prior to the program. ____________________________________________________________________________ David J. Loundy, David@Loundy.com, http://www.Loundy.com/ Associate Director, Center for Information Technology & Privacy Law The John Marshall Law School, 315 S. 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