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Staci Zaretsky

Staci Zaretsky is an editor for the Above the Law blog. Staci graduated from Lehigh University and Western New England...

Michael Gottlieb

Michael Gottlieb is an attorney at Boies, Schiller, & Flexner LLP where he practices data privacy and cybersecurity issues, government and...

Leeza Garber

Leeza Garber, Esq., is Corporate Counsel and Director of Business Development for Capsicum Group, LLC. Based out of Philadelphia...

Kashmir Hill

Kashmir Hill is a senior editor at Fusion’s Real Future. She has hacked a stranger’s smart home, lived on...

Mary-Rose Papandrea

Mary-Rose Papandrea is a professor at Boston College Law School. Her teaching interests include civil procedure, constitutional law, media...

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Bob Ambrogi

Bob Ambrogi is a lawyer, legal journalist, and the publisher and editor-in-chief of LexBlog.com. A former co-host of Lawyer...

Episode Notes

Lawyer 2 Lawyer host Bob Ambrogi and Above the Law editor Staci Zaretsky interview Michael Gottlieb, Leeza Garber, Kashmir Hill, and Mary-Rose Papandrea, panelists at the Above the Law Converge conference panel Online Reputation, Privacy, and the Law. Together, they discuss the danger of law firm hacking, trends in the availability of U.S. government information, and the right to be forgotten. Overall, the question remains, is privacy even a thing anymore? Nudity is only briefly brought up.

Michael Gottlieb practices data privacy and cybersecurity issues, government and regulatory litigation, white collar criminal investigations, and enforcement actions at Boies, Schiller, & Flexner LLP.

Leeza Garber is corporate counsel and director of business development at Capsicum Group, LLC.

Kashmir Hill is editor and privacy writer at Fusion, a pop culture and news media outlet.

Mary-Rose Papandrea is a professor at Boston College Law School. Her teaching interests include civil procedure, constitutional law, media law, and national security and civil liberties.

Mentioned in This Episode

ATL Converge Panel: Online Reputation, Privacy, and the Law Panel

The Panel discusses the line between privacy and reputation.

ATL Converge Panel being interviewed after the show. Participants include Staci Zaretsky, Michael Gottlieb, Leeza Garber, Kashmir Hill, and Mary-Rose Papandrea. Bob Ambrogi is the host.

Interview after the panel.

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Published: March 25, 2015
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Legal News , Legal Technology
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