John B. Kearney
Neal Walters
Philip N. Yannella

Ballard Spahr partners John B. Kearney, Neal Walters, and Philip N. Yannella will be among the panelists to explore the brave new world of "thinking" machines and their implications on ethics, criminal law, civil litigation, hacking, and privacy. Sessions will focus on:

  • the emerging legal issues resulting from the use of drones;
  • the implications of cell phones and social media;
  • autonomous cars and their legal impact;
  • the increasing number of home appliances and gadgets which store personal information and can be vulnerable to cybersecurity issues; and
  • evidentiary issues related to body cameras, ATMs, and automobiles.

This program is eligible for 2.0 hours of CLE credit, including 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit, for Delaware and Pennsylvania attorneys.

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