Justin Joy will be on a panel with FBI Special Agent Scott Augenbaum on cybersecurity at the Tennessee Bar Association’s Corporate Counsel Forum 2017 on March 3, 2017.
Obtain the most up-to-date information at this year’s Corporate Counsel forum with topics ranging from technology’s influence on the modern law practice to recent developments in employment law. Speakers will address cyber security and privacy, as well as productivity tools for the present-day corporate counsel. Another session covers the EEOC’s new rules on what incentive employers may provide to employees who provide medical information as part of a wellness program under the Americans with Disabilities Act. A round-table discussion will also be included.
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Mr. Joy has a variety of experience in various general civil litigation matters including business and commercial litigation, insurance coverage disputes, healthcare liability defense, medical device liability defense, personal injury and business torts. He also represents media organizations and journalists in defamation actions and other matters. Mr. Joy has been involved in a number of jury trials to verdict. Mr. Joy also provides counsel to clients in the area of information privacy and cybersecurity including security incident investigation, security awareness and policy drafting, cyber risk management including insurance policy coverage consultation and breach response management. Specifically in the area of healthcare, Mr. Joy counsels covered entities on a variety of matters pertaining to HIPAA Privacy Rule, Security Rule, and Breach Notification Rule compliance.
Mr. Joy has earned the Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US) credential through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).