Special Encore Presentation: Policy Update: Oil & Gas Industry – Virtual Currencies – Privacy in Canada – Running Start
December 5, 2013
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Join us on this Thursday’s Capital Thinking with guest host Bret Boyles returning to the mic. He will begin by speaking with Sean Clancy regarding tax incentives and policy changes that will impact the oil and gas industry. Next, Carol Van Cleef will return to discuss developments in virtual currencies, following the recent hearings on the subject, and the legislation and regulations that can be expected. In the third segment, we will be joined by first-time guest Eloise Gratton, a Canadian privacy law expert to learn more about how our neighbor north of the border enforces privacy protection and related compliance issues. Eloise will also offer her advice on safeguarding privacy for global business operators. Lastly, Susannah Wellford and Rosemary Becchi will join us to revisit Running Start, the DC organization that works to inspire and train the next generation of young women political leaders.
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