This panel discussion will address the impact of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, Carpenter v. United States, and its effect on privacy law and law enforcement's ability to track historical or real-time cell phone location. The panelists will also explore how other types of electronically gathered information, such as data stored by wearable technologies and location tracking applications, will be affected in the post-Carpenter era.
This program is co-sponsored by the Rutgers Law School Center for Corporate Law and Governance (cclg.rutgers.edu), the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal (rctlj.org), and Rutgers Institute for Professional Education (rutgerscle.com).
- Mary J. Hildebrand, CIPP/US/E, Partner; Founder and Chair, Privacy & Cybersecurity, Lowenstein Sandler LLP
- Douglas S. Eakeley, Of Counsel, Lowenstein Sandler LLP
- Ronald K. Chen, University Professor, Rutgers Law School
- Sabrina G. Comizzoli, Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of New Jersey
- Todd Schulman, Associate General Counsel, Verizon
Time: 4-6 p.m.; a networking reception follows the presentation.
Location: Rutgers Law School, Baker Trial Courtroom (Room 125), Center for Law and Justice, 123 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102
NJ CLE information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 2.4 hours of total CLE credit.