The Impact of AI on Privacy Law
Date: Sep 11, 2023 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
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- Trina L. Glass, Esq.
- Duane Morris LLP, Newarkis Special Counsel to Duane Morris LLP in Newark, New Jersey, and concentrates her practice in corporate law. She focuses in federal securities law, principally in investment company, investment adviser and broker-dealer representation. She advises clients on regulatory and compliance requirements, including securities filings, regulatory analysis, books and records requirements, due diligence reviews, conflicts of interest analysis/disclosures and investigations. Her clients include established and emerging fund managers, registered and new investment advisers, broker-dealers and other financial services firms.
Ms. Glass is admitted to practice in New Jersey and before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Privacy Law Committee, she also has regulatory experience from Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the State of New Jersey Office of the Attorney General. Prior to joining Duane Morris, Ms. Glass gained extensive experience as Regulatory Compliance Counsel to a leading global clearing broker-dealer, asset management firms and two Am Law 200 law firms. She has lectured for the National Bar Association and other professional organizations.
Ms. Glass received her B.B.A., cum laude, from North Carolina Central University and her J.D. from Rutgers Law School.
- Dean Antony Haynes, Esq.
- Albany Law Schoolis Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives, Director of Cybersecurity and Privacy Law, and a Professor of Law at Albany Law School in Albany, New York. He has extensive litigation experience in the intellectual property, securities, and criminal defense areas; and prior to joining the law school in 2015 he was an associate at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, and at Williams & Connolly LLP, both in Washington, D.C.
Prior to practicing law, Dean Haynes was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the United States Air Force Academy, where he taught courses in programming, developed the Academy’s Information Assurance curriculum and created the intercollegiate Cyber Defense Exercise. He has extensive experience with a host of software and hardware technologies including Cisco routers, Motorola microprocessors, TCP/IP networking protocols, SQL databases and web-based programming, and developed an on-line survey-system for the Department of Epidemiology at a major university. After teaching at the Air Force Academy he was an associate at Chatham Financial Corporation, Capital Markets, Kennett Square, PA, where he led a company-wide software effort, wrote financial software and coordinated technical developers.
Dean Haynes received his B.S. from the United States Air Force Academy, where he was recognized as the top computer science graduate; his M.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign; and his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.
- Adrienne Howard-Williams, Esq.
- Metais a Director and Associate General Counsel of WhatsApp at Facebook (now known as Meta) in Menlo Park, California. She formerly spent 16 years as Assistant General Counsel at Microsoft.
Ms. Howard-Williams received her J.D. from Seton Hall Law School.
- David Turetsky, Esq.
- University At Albany, Albanyis a Professor of Practice at the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity at the University at Albany (SUNY-Albany) in Albany, New York, where he brings more than 35 years of experience including senior roles in business, government and law. Prior to joining the University at Albany, he was based in Washington D.C., where he co-led the cybersecurity, privacy and data protection practice at global law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, and engaged with businesses and industry association clients in diverse industries on a broad range of related legal and policy issues. Before joining Akin Gump, Professor Turetsky served as a senior leader at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), for most of his tenure as Chief of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, where he led cybersecurity policy for the FCC, including its public-private efforts and its engagement in Obama interagency cybersecurity work led by the White House and other agencies. He also led the FCC’s efforts regarding emergency communications and related emergency preparedness and homeland security issues, working closely with stakeholders and other government agencies, and oversaw the FCC’s continuity of operations program.
Admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York and the District of Columbia, Professor Turetsky is a member of the American Bar Association's Cybersecurity Legal Task Force and former Co-Chair of its Strategic Planning Committee, and Vice Chair of the ABA Antitrust Section’s Privacy and Security and U.S. Comments Committees. From 2015-2021 he was co-leader of the Privacy and Security Working Group, Standards Organization on Cybersecurity Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations (ISAOs) established pursuant to a 2015 Executive Order issued by President Obama, and was Co-Chair of the Federal Communications Bar Association's Emergency Communications and Homeland Security Committee.
Professor Turetsky has lectured for the American Bar Association and numerous other professional organizations, and is the co-author of numerous articles which have appeared in Law360, Icarus, New Jersey Lawyer and other publications. He is the recipient of the Information Sharing Hall of Fame Individual Award and several other honors.
Professor Turetsky attended the London School of Economics and Political Science, received his B.A., magna cum laude, from Amherst College and his J.D. from the University of Chicago School of Law, where he was the winner of the Hinton Moot Court Competition.
Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Privacy Law Special Committee
The use of AI raises new legal challenges, such as data protection, consent requirements, and accountability for algorithmic decision-making. Lawyers need to understand these issues to provide guidance and ensure that their clients comply with applicable laws and regulations. Lawyers should also be aware of the ethical aspects of AI. They should understand the potential biases, discrimination, and ethical dilemmas that can arise from AI systems. Lawyers can play a crucial role in shaping ethical guidelines and advocating for the responsible and fair use of AI.
Join our moderator, Trina L. Glass, Esq., Special Counsel at Duane Moris LLP along with our distinguished panel Dean Antony Haynes, Esq., Professor of Law at Albany Law School, Adrienne Howard-Williams, Esq., Former Director, Associate General Counsel at Meta and David S. Turetsky, Esq., Professor of Practice, College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity at University at Albany as they explore the privacy risks and challenges raised through public and enterprise use of AI.