Wednesday, January 31, 2001
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE|
January 31, 2001
Contact: Kathleen McMahon
i-TE@MHosts First-Ever Conference On e-Law
The Emerging Rules of Cyberspace Discussed
The other featured speaker is Intellectual Property Attorney, Robin D. Gross, from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. She will discuss legal issues at the cutting edge of information technology.
Breakout sessions cover consumer privacy, digital trust in the health care industry, taxation of electronic commerce, cyber security and liability, intellectual property and copyright and electronic contracts, digital security and cryptography.
Companies featured on panels include state and national leaders such as Quixtar, Microsoft, Comerica, Ideal Technology Solutions, EDS, Infrastructure Defense Inc. (iDEFENSE), Bell and Howell Information & Learning, Consumers Energy, CrainTech, Awanim.com, Beyond Interactive, Arthur Andersen, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Superior Consultant Co., the Wurzler Group and the Michigan Library Association.
I-TE@M is Michigan's click and mortar trade association for the IT industry providing information, networking, resources and assistance for the state's 7,700 IT companies employing 122,000 workers.