Partnering With Law Enforcement To Fight IP Crime and Cybercrime
Tuesday, October 23 | 12:00–1:15 PM
This lunch is specifically for general counsel and legal professionals and is a follow-up to Brian Levine’s Cyber Security Summit keynote presentation “The Most Impactful Intellectual Property Theft in History: What You Need to Know About Protecting Trade Secrets.”
The session will focus on the current cyber and IP threat environment and how lawyers and their clients can help prevent and deter these threats by partnering with law enforcement. The presentation will also address common misconceptions lawyers and their clients have about working with law enforcement.
Brian L. Levine serves as Senior Counsel and National CHIP Coordinator in the Department of Justice’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (“CCIPS”). As National CHIP Coordinator, Mr. Levine oversees the Department’s support to more than 270 federal prosecutors who focus on computer hacking and intellectual property prosecution. Prior to joining CCIPS, Mr. Levine served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Internet Bureau at the New York Attorney General’s Office; a county prosecutor in Detroit, Michigan; and a civil litigator in Silicon Valley and New York. Mr. Levine has clerked for federal judges in the Southern District of Florida and on the Seventh Circuit. He earned his J.D. from New York University, and his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Lt. Col. Lyndsey Olson, Attorney for the City of Saint Paul, is the session chair.
Attend the luncheon for $75.