What do the early trends and challenges tell us about complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act? What litigation risks lie ahead? What questions do you have about this important new law?
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 went into effect Jan. 1, 2020, and was still being amended in late 2019. Compliance costs to business are being measured in the billions, and the July 1 enforcement deadline is just two months away. As organizations work to understand and operationalize compliance with the CCPA, it is crucial that corporate leaders, privacy officers, and other professionals understand the law’s nuances and challenges. Such hurdles include: identifying personal information, addressing behavioral advertising as a sale of personal information, interpreting disclosure requirements, budgeting for data security, and understanding what potential litigation may lie ahead and how to defend against it.
Join our webinar, as four experienced attorneys, each of whom is a certified privacy professional, as they offer insights and answer your questions. We welcome a new addition to the panel — Nick Gross, Privacy Counsel with OneTrust!
Jennifer M. Oliver, J.D., M.B.A., CIPP/US, MoginRubin LLP
Natalie Prescott, J.D., CIPP/US, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky & Popeo, P.C.
Will Marshall, J.D., CIPP/E, UBM Law Group, LLP
Nick Gross, J.D., CIPP/E, CIPP/US, OneTrust
CCPA: Brief overview to set the stage.
Compliance: Highlighting key challenges.
+ Identifying personal information
+ Behavioral advertising as a sale of personal information
+ Providing meaningful disclosures
Litigation: What it may look like.
+ First wave of CCPA class actions
+ Procedural challenges
+ Key compliance dates and issues
+ Considerations for corporate leadership
+ Budgeting for breaches
+ Via live chat
What You Will Get
Continuing legal education credit
Complete copy of presentation and materials
Access to the recording for later review or if you missed it
Answers to your questions via live chat or by emailing HB at Questions@LitigationConferences.com
Customer support at CLE@LitigationConferences.com
Date: April 30, 2020
Time: 2pm ET | 1pm CT | Noon MT | 11am PT
Duration: 75 mins.
CLE: 1+ (may vary by state)
Price: Free with registration
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