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Event, 3/10: Regulating Reputational Systems plus Networking

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Sent on: Wednesday, March 3, 2010 6:28 PM
Event, 3/10: Regulating Reputational Systems plus Networking Regulating Reputational Systems
Featuring Eric Goldman

When: Wednesday, March 10th, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Where: Fenwick & West, 801 California St., Mountain View, CA

Regular Admission: $10 ???
Student Admission: $5 ????(ID required)
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Light dinner and drinks (including wine) provided

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6:30 - 7:00: Networking, schmoozing and eating - Bring your job postings, business cards and resumes!
7:00 - 7:10: Welcome, committee news and other group business
7:10 - 8:30: Presentation and Discussion with our featured guests
8:30 - 9:30: Informal discussions and networking with our guests and each other

About the Event
Reputational information helps decision-makers predict a company's or person's future performance based on their past behavior. Our economy is filled with systems that capture and publish reputational information; examples include credit reporting databases, eBay feedback ratings, job references and consumer product reviews . This talk will survey various reputational systems, discuss some lessons about designing and implementing them, and explore how legal regulation can help or hinder the process.

About the Speaker
Eric Goldman is an Associate Professor of Law and Director of the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law. Before he became a full-time academic in 2002, he practiced Internet law for 8 years in the Silicon Valley, including a stint as General Counsel of His research and teaching focuses on Internet, IP and marketing law topics, and he blogs on those topics at the Technology & Marketing Law Blog.

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