David Richie and Stacey Scrivani Present to In-House Counsel at the Sixth Annual DELVACCA In-House Counsel Conference

PHILADELPHIA, PA, April 5, 2014 – Stevens & Lee Shareholders David R. Richie, II, and Stacey A. Scrivani presented at the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s (DELVACCA) 6th Annual In-House Counsel Conference on April 3, 2014, in Philadelphia.

In the presentation “Data Privacy Provisions in Commercial Vendor Agreements,” attorneys Richie and Scrivani discussed the data privacy risks that need to be addressed with contractual provisions, as well as which contractual provisions are desirable, commonly accepted and attainable, and how these provisions are likely to be enforced in litigation. They also discussed how a company may be able to fill gaps in contractual protections with privacy liability insurance.

Also joining in the presentation was Debra L. Bromson, Esq., Senior Corporate Counsel, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc., who provided an in-house counsel perspective on the topic.

Mr. Richie focuses his practice on information technology matters, such as software licensing and implementation, data processing, call center and other outsourcing agreements; e-commerce; technology transfer, development and licensing; data privacy; and records management and retention. He also handles joint venture, distribution, manufacturers’ representative, marketing and other commercial agreements in a number of industry sectors.

He received a J.D., magna cum laude, from The Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University, a Masters in Music from Catholic University of America and a B.A. from Yale University.

Ms. Scrivani concentrates her practice in complex commercial litigation, and has represented clients in trade secret, unfair competition and data breach cases. Stacey also represents private and public companies and their officers and directors in lawsuits with investors and putative class actions in state and federal courts, including breach of fiduciary duty and derivative claims.

She received a J.D., cum laude, from The Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University and a B.A., cum laude, from Sienna College.