The Status of Personal Privacy Law: Daniel’s Law and More
Category: On Demand
Member Price: $232
Non-Member Price: $290
Areas of Law: Privacy
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$8.00 fee – separate check payable to NJICLE must be submitted at the end of the program
- Trina L. Glass, Esq.
- Special Counsel, 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.
nMs. 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.
nMs. Glass received her B.B.A., cum laude, from North Carolina Central University and her J.D. from Rutgers Law School.
- Hon. Esther Salas
- Christine A. Campbell, Esq.
- Office of Information Privacy, Trenton
Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Privacy Law Special Committee
In July 2020, an assailant armed with a gun went to the New Jersey home of U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas. The gunman opened fire when the door was answered, seriously injuring Judge Salas’ husband, and killing their son, Daniel, 20. The gunman had found the judge’s home address through an Internet search.
Daniel’s Law is New Jersey’s response to this tragedy: a statute that provides a means for federal and state judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement, whether active, inactive, or retired, to request the redaction of certain personal information from public-facing State, county, and municipal websites. By supporting the removal of these public servants’ residence information from such sites, this law attempts to make it more difficult for them to be located and targeted with threats, intimidation, or acts of violence. Judge Salas and her husband were the catalysts for the passage of this law. Christine Campbell was appointed to carry out its mandate as director of the state’s Office of Information Privacy.
Join Judge Salas and Director Campbell as they discuss Daniel’s Law, how it has been implemented in New Jersey, and how it has been a catalyst for the federal version passed earlier this year. They also will discuss the need for other states to pass similar legislation to protect judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement, as well as the need to increase security for them in the workplace and at home. Finally, a brief visit to the website and portals maintained by the Office of Information Privacy will be provided with instructions for those who may be eligible to register for Daniel’s Law redaction protections.