Presented by: Gray Plant Mooty
Join other professionals from Central Minnesota for legal updates on hot topics facing local businesses.
As the use of computers, mobile devices, and online accounts has become integrated into our daily personal and business lives, so has the need to develop a succession plan for important digital property in the event of incapacity or death. Digital property includes electronically stored information, online accounts/services, Internet domain names, and other rights in the digital world, including intellectual property rights. Companies should be aware of the significant issues they may face as business owners or employees become incapacitated or die. In this presentation, we will discuss business continuity issues for digital property, ideas for an employee handbook to protect the company’s digital property, practical tips to plan ahead for digital property succession, and steps to take if you didn’t plan ahead. Although technology is changing every day, employers that plan ahead for digital property succession have a head start in this evolving frontier.
James D. Lamm, Gray Plant Mooty principal
Dorraine Larison, Gray Plant Mooty principal
George Meinz, Gray Plant Mooty principal
7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast and Check-in
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Program
Please register by July 23, 2012
By Phone: 320.202.5347
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking is available on-site. Additional parking is available in the Paramount Parking Ramp at Ninth Avenue and First Street North, behind the Paramount. Tickets will be validated.
Gray Plant Mooty is recognized as one of the leading corporate law firms in Minnesota and one of the top franchise firms in the world. Our roots go back to 1866. Today, we are a full-service firm with nearly 180 attorneys and offices in Minneapolis and St. Cloud, Minnesota; Washington, D.C.; and Fargo, North Dakota.