We invite you to a two-day workshop on Legal Issues and Big Data that Gary Rinkerman and I are conducting at New York University on July 30-31 in NYC. This two-day seminar covers the legal issues affecting big data, data analytics, and data-driven business models. Specifically, we will review the intellectual property, contractual, and regulatory legal environments for data-driven businesses. For example, we discuss under what circumstances intellectual property rights apply in the creation of data-driven businesses; what contractual models are appropriate; and what governmental regulations currently in play and on the horizon to constrain, limit, or support these businesses. If these are issues you are dealing with, we hope you will join us.
You can get more details and sign up at the NYU website: Course Details.
Dr. Andres Fortino