Bob Latham Speaks on Privacy at Media Law Conference in London

October 4, 2017 | Attorney News

At the Media Law Resource Center’s London Conference 2017 last week, Jackson Walker partner Bob Latham advocated the American view in an Oxford-style debate on the law of privacy. The Media Law Resource Center (MLRC) is an organization that provides resources on media and content law issues for publishers, broadcasters, cable programmers, internet operators, and other media professionals.

In the debate, titled “Privacy Law Is Out Of Control,” Bob argued against the strengthening of privacy laws alongside Elizabeth McNamara, an attorney from New York. Arguing the counterpoint were London-based attorney Fraser Campbell and barrister and former FIA president Max Mosley. The debate was chaired by Judge Judith Gibson of New South Wales Australia.

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About Bob Latham

 Bob Latham is a trial lawyer with nationally-recognized experience in media law and intellectual property litigation. Bob has received several accolades for his work, including recognition by the Best Lawyers in America©  publication in six different disciplines, including First Amendment Law, Litigation (Commercial, First Amendment, Intellectual Property & Patent) each year since 2007.