Seton Hall Law Review Symposium: Privacy, Healthcare and Artificial Intelligence

Seton Hall Law Review Symposium: Privacy, Healthcare and Artificial Intelligence

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Seton Hall Law Review will host a symposium addressing major issues stemming from the realm of privacy, healthcare and artificial intelligence. This one-day event will bring together distinguished lawyers, legal scholars and academics across multiple disciplines to address these areas of the law. Presentations will focus on a wide range of legal topics, including the influence of modern-day technology on individuals’ privacy, the effect of wearables and other medical devices in the wake of COVID-19, the technological impact on businesses’ decision-making, and the regulation of privacy, healthcare and artificial intelligence in the EU and United States.

WilmerHale Partner Kirk Nahra will speak on the panel “Corporations and Businesses: How Technological Progress and Regulatory Compliance Impacts Decision-Making,” where he will review the overall state of privacy and data security law, the implications for corporate America and consumers, and options for a national privacy law.

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