Brooks Pierce attorney Bryan Starrett will take part in the Elon Law Review Symposium on Friday, March 4 at Elon University. The event, titled “Body Cameras, Big Data, and Privacy: 21st Century Technology, Cybersecurity, and the Fourth Amendment,” will focus on the implications of government and corporate use of citizen and customer data on privacy laws. The symposium will also tackle a discussion of the function of the Fourth Amendment in 21st century society.
Starrett will participate in a panel discussion about the implications of corporate surveillance of employees or consumers. Keynote addresses will be delivered by Christopher Slobogin, professor at Vanderbilt University School of Law; David Schanzer, professor at Duke University School of Law; and Carolina Rossini from Public Knowledge. For more information or to register for the symposium, visit https://www.elon.edu/E-Net/Article/126891.
Bryan Starrett represents businesses in litigation, internal investigations and compliance, employment law, and privacy. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law and holds a B.S. from Wake Forest University. Starrett is also a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional, and a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics.