To quote a Petaluma business owner: “Seems that new and changing legislation is now just another part of doing business.” Considering the ever-changing legal landscape in this digital age, particularly in the area of compliance and privacy laws, his statement is spot on.
We’ll review how to improve your online presence while complying with current law. Whether you’re using the internet to market your business, buy or sell goods, collect customer information, or more, you’ll benefit from this quick overview of:
- Privacy Policies
- Copyright Law
- What to watch out for
- How to gain trust
This impacts most every business, no matter its size. Come to this session to get attorney Judith Delaney’s perspective on how you can add value by leveraging the law into your business decisions and create innovative solutions to meet customer needs while gaining their trust.
$5-$10 sliding scale donation at the door for Non WORK Members– help us keep the lights on and keep great programs coming your way! WORK Members FREE including Friends of WORK!
12-1 PM in the WORK Library. Feel free to bring a bag lunch.
Bio: Judith Delaney is the founder of CMMR Group-TurnsonPoint, a New Digital Compliance Solutions firm based in Petaluma, California. She also serves as the principal consulting strategist for the firm in the area of global digital privacy compliance, associated contract negotiations and on-going document and policy management. CMMR Group-TurnsonPoint works with and supports businesses in both the profit and non-profit sectors.
Judith’s experience and skills have been honed through a 27 year professional career of managing corporate legal departments for organizations such as Sybase; SAP AG’s SAP America and serving as the Executive Director for the University of Southern California’s Health Sciences campuses and the American Cancer Society.
As a speaker and author, Judith shares her knowledge and expertise on this topic as a thought leader with groups and individuals globally.
Judith’s current affiliations include: Harvard Negotiation Institute and School of Business; the Wharton School of Business.