Ganow and Heck To Participate in Life Sciences Panel on Digital Health

Taft partner Scot Ganow will participate in a panel discussion at the conference “Digital Health – The ‘Buzz’ and the Reality,” on April 21. The panel titled “Overcoming Digital Health Obstacles” is part of an Indiana University Kelley School of Business Center for the Business of Life Sciences conference focused on the current state of digital health. Taft partner Zach Heck will also participate in the conference as a moderator for the luncheon keynote panel “Snapshots of Digital Health Startups.” Taft partner Neal Roach will also give a welcome and introduction at the conference.


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Ganow is chair of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security practice group. As a former chief privacy officer and leveraging more than 10 years of management and compliance experience in Fortune 500 companies, he brings a diverse business background to his privacy and data security practice. Ganow has represented clients in a variety of sectors, including healthcare, consumer reporting, construction, and manufacturing.


Heck’s practice focuses on privacy and data security. Specifically, Heck assists clients in the areas of privacy compliance, data governance and guidance in the aftermath of an information security event, including data breach. Heck has experience advising clients with respect to FTC investigations, federal privacy regulations such as HIPAA, FCRA, TCPA and GLBA, as well as state laws governing personally identifiable information. For his clients, he also provides regulatory analysis, risk management, policy development, training and audits. Heck speaks and writes regularly on cutting-edge data privacy and cybersecurity issues and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional in the fields of United States and European Union laws and regulations. Heck also holds the Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) accreditation from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.


Roach focuses his practice on transactional matters for companies for whom technology is critical, with a focus on intellectual property licensing. He has represented numerous startup and high-growth companies on a broad range of matters, including advice on intellectual property protection, management and licensing; contracts; FDA and other regulatory issues; corporate structure and governance; sales and marketing regulation; healthcare compliance; reimbursement; strategic partnership relationships.

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