CLE* Presentation: “Social Media, Privacy, Collections and Ethical Issues”
Lunch Provided by Altep
Please RSVP by Tuesday, September 26th via this link.
Lily Chinn is the managing partner of Katten Muchin Rosenman’s San Francisco Bay Area office and the co-chair of the Electronic Discovery and Information Governance practice. Lily Chinn focuses on complex, high-stakes criminal and civil environmental matters. She is a strategic advocate and litigator for her corporate and individual clients, providing counsel on the intersection between workplace safety, environmental and natural resources. She has tried cases across the country as well as handled internal investigations and suspension and debarment proceedings. Since joining Katten, her work has included serving as lead counsel in two environmental criminal matters of national significance where she achieved extraordinary results by obtaining both declinations and dismissal of charges on behalf of her clients. She draws on her many years of experience at the US Department of Justice (DOJ) in Washington, DC to provide her clients with high-level, thoughtful counsel. Through her work as a trial attorney in the Environmental Defense Section, she has in-depth knowledge of the decision-making processes at the DOJ, Environmental Protection Agency and other federal agencies. As a former prosecutor in DOJ's Computer Crimes and Intellectual Property Section and one of the founding co-chairs of the DOJ's Environment Division's E-Discovery Working Group, Lily is also able to provide technologically savvy counsel to her clients on the preservation, collection, production and management of electronic information. Lily is the managing partner of the San Francisco Bay Area office and the co-chair of the Electronic Discovery and Information Governance practice.
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