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Webinar: Cross-Border Data Breach Litigation Settlements

Events / Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017

BakerHostetler’s Class Action Defense Team along with Kurtzman Carson Consultants (KCC) LLC, RicePoint Administration Inc. and Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP held a webinar titled: “Cross-Border Data Breach Litigation Settlements,” on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. This webinar focused on trends in cross-border data breach class actions, and how notices, administration of claims and claims rates differ in cross-border settlements.

Panelists included:

Patrick J. Ivie, Senior Executive Vice President, Class Action Services, at Kurtzman Carson Consultants (KCC) LLC: As a former attorney, Ivie guides companies throughout the settlement administration process. During his legal career, he handled numerous litigation and bankruptcy matters, including key engagements for Calpine Corporation, Tower Automotive, Hollywood Panorama and Tower Records.

Casie Collignon, Partner at BakerHostetler: Named a 2016 "Colorado Lawyer of the Year" by Law Week Colorado, Collignon represents insurers of healthcare companies, businesses with substantial online services and business in the social media space in class-action litigation, often focusing on data breaches and other privacy-related class actions.

W. Michael G. Osborne, Partner at Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP: Mr. Osborne defends businesses facing class actions and regulatory investigations and prosecutions. He also acts for businesses involved in complex commercial disputes.

David A. Weir, Senior Vice President of Business Development at RicePoint Administration Inc.: Weir was the founder and President of RicePoint until its sale to Computershare in August 2016. Weir has an MBA from the Ivey School of Business. Before founding RicePoint, Weir was a vice president with a national telecommunications firm, where he accumulated a wealth of experience in leading and managing marketing, financial and operational functions.

Moderated by:

Erin Bolan Hines, Counsel at BakerHostetler, and Teresa C. Chow, Partner at BakerHostetler

Hines concentrates her legal practice on complex business litigation. She often provides counsel to clients in defense of class actions.

Chow focuses her practice on complex business and commercial litigation, and is frequently called to defend clients in class action matters.

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For questions, please contact Cassie Blaine at +1.216.861.7704.

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