Past-Chair: Peter BräutigamChair: Meg StricklerVice-Chair: Guiseppe Vaciago
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This recently formed Substantive Law Committee focused on Cyber Crime, finds its rationale from the great interest (and concern) this issue generates both in the US and throughout the world. The US National Security Agency has reported that there has been a seventeen-fold increase in computer attacks on American infrastructure between 2009 and 2013, with many of those attacks being initiated by criminal gangs, hackers, and other nations. Pending legislation which can assist Government in the detection, prevention, and prosecution of cybercrimes, we hope this Committee will be able to at least provide perspective to the US and other Governments on the global impact of a hot issue, which affects not only individuals, corporations and governments, but on the legal community as a whole.
The Committee will study and play a thought leadership role on cybercrime, not only as it relates to attacks on critical infrastructure, but also the use of social media and technology as key components of criminal prosecutions and sometimes serving as the instrumentality used to commit the offense itself. We have forensic experts on the Committee, as well as leading Criminal lawyers. Other topics that are proposed to be considered include the application of traditional discovery and evidentiary rules (e.g. authentication, relevance, and admissibility) to electronically-generated and stored information.
We hope the Cyber Crime Committee will become a trusted and authoritative resource on cybercrime issues for the legal and legislative communities. We also hope that we will play a role, globally, in the legislative efforts to address crimes involving the use of technology and/or the admissibility of electronic evidence.
This Committee will also foster a dialogue with other ITechLaw Committees, as well as the broader legal community, on matters of common interest.
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The ITechLaw Data Protection Law Committee focuses on global technology law issues surrounding data protection and privacy, and monitors international legal developments and legislation.
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The Dispute Resolution Committee provides the Association and its members with a forum in which to collect, discuss, and disseminate current information on the law and practice of litigation, arbitration and mediation, and to provide a knowledge platform on these issues that can be used in the programming, policy and publication work of the Association.
Past-Chair: Thomas ThalhoferChair: David McIlwaineVice-Chair: Jason Haas
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The Committee is comprised of ITechLaw members interested in the unique topics, trends and issues of concern to corporate and in-house counsel. The Committee identifies themes of interest to in house counsel and to understand how best they can benefit from ITechLaw.
Past-Chair: Clive DaviesChair: Eugene WeitzVice-Chair: Eric Notkin
As developed and developing economies become ever more reliant on the creation and use of technology, increasingly complex and controversial cross border intellectual property issues arise which demand resolution. The ITechLaw Intellectual Property Law Committee encourages members to identify these issues, debate them and attempt to find ways to resolve them. The Committee comprises a global network of Technology Lawyers with an interest in the protection and exploitation of innovation.
Past-Chair: Steven WeyerChair: Michael McDonaldVice-Chair: Hugo Queiros
As the use of virtual worlds, social gaming and virtual currencies continue to grow, so too do the legal issues associated with them. The Interactive Entertainment and Media Committee addresses various legal issues relating to virtual worlds, online gaming, and social media, with a view to engaging in innovative studies that lead to conference programming, Association publications and policy proposals.
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The I-WIN (Women's International Network) Committee supports the unique interests and needs of women, providing ample networking and career-boosting educational opportunities including a dedicated online community and regularly held meetings. The I-WIN Committee has successfully endeavored to increase the representation of women members in ITechLaw, and continues to actively recruiting new members from both ITechLaw’s existing membership and the legal community at large.
The ITechLaw technology sourcing law committee is dedicated to providing network opportunities for lawyers dealing with out- and insourcing, IT projects, service contracts and cloud agreements and to developing, sharing and promoting cutting edge knowledge on sourcing contracts and best practices. For this purpose, we do on a regular basis initiate and share surveys and hold workshops at the ITechLaw conferences.