“The wise prevail through great power,
and those who have knowledge muster their strength.”
In line with our mission of empowering others through the pursuit of justice, we are passionate about sharing our knowledge with others. We believe that having the information and wisdom to make educated decisions is a deterrent to injustice. That’s why we frequently share our insights in speaking engagements and training sessions.
Elijah Yip will be presenting a CLE seminar to the Kauai Bar Association about ethical issues for attorneys related to social media and cybersecurity.
Elijah Yip will be speaking to the American Marketing Association of Hawaii about data privacy and compliance for marketing and advertising professionals. In particular, the session will cover the new California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA)
Dean Wang spoke to the Hawaii Freelancers Network about the requirements for a small business to be compliant with the law and to avoid major legal risks. Dean also shared tips for minimizing legal risks and protect a business as a going concern.
Elijah Yip was part of a panel at the INTERFACE conference that presented on GDPR requirements and discussed best practices for compliance. INTERFACE is an annual conference covering topics on IT Infrastructure, BC/DR, IT Security, and Enterprise Communications.
Elijah Yip spoke about social media law for employers at the September luncheon of the Hawaii chapters of the Institute of Internal Auditors Association and ISACA.
Elijah Yip taught a continuing education class on legal risks related to digital technology, including social media, BYOD, and cybersecurity.
Elijah Yip presented on ethical issues affecting attorneys in the use of social media.
Elijah Yip discussed legal ramifications of cybersecurity breaches in a corporate environment and risk management strategies.
Elijah Yip participated in a panel addressing data security issues in cloud environments with a particular emphasis on intellectual property assets.
Elijah Yip chaired the 2016 Hawaii Law Seminar and gave a presentation on recent Hawaii Supreme Court cases on the public trust doctrine, contested cases, and constitutionally-based environmental claims.