PART TWO: What The Future Holds With The Passage of CCPA
PART TWO OF THE TWO-PART VIRTUAL SERIES
Exclusive to ACC Members and California Licensed Attorneys Only
CCPA ENFORCEMENT AND LITIGATION HAS ARRIVED:
What have we learned seven months into the most comprehensive change to privacy law in the United States and what can we anticipate?
With the California Attorney General committed to enforcing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on July 1, 2020, and CCPA 2.0 possibly on the November ballot, the landscape of privacy law in California is changing quickly. Every company should familiarize themselves with general privacy principles and laws. Our two–part series will get you up to speed on all the latest developments, including the hot button issues of enforcement and litigation in data privacy and cybersecurity, and provide you with regulatory updates on what’s around the corner. We will discuss:
- What to expect with the AG’s enforcement actions; who’s being targeted, what are they looking for, what are the penalties?
- An overview of pending CCPA litigation; current claims and what can we learn from the cases?
- Actionable takeaways on how to best position your company to avoid litigation and regulatory actions based on lessons learned thus far;
- What we can anticipate with CCPA 2.0?
Join Procopio’s Data Privacy and Cybersecurity team and leading ACC in-house counsel to learn their best practices in your approach to data privacy litigation and compliance and ways to protect your company.
*This event is pending MCLE approval for 1 hour general California credit.
PART TWO: What The Future Holds With The Passage of CPRA
California’s unique ballot initiative process means that the November general election may see a measure on the ballot relating to consumer privacy. Known as the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) or CCPA 2.0, the initiative has several new impactful provisions, which will significantly modify the CCPA and again change the landscape of privacy law in California and beyond. The key for companies in this fast-paced area is to develop a flexible approach to data privacy compliance to adapt to changes in the law and global variations. Learn how in-house counsel can build a roadmap to interpret new and existing data protection laws, and anticipate building their compliance efforts and data processing practices.
- The modifications to scope, including the application of the CPRA to “businesses” and “service providers” and other revised definitions
- Transparency and data governance requirements
- Changes to consumer rights, including new rights
- The authority of the new privacy enforcement agency
Join Procopio General Counsel Carole Buckner and Partner Fred Taylor, along with Vice President Legal Affairs & Assistant Corporate Secretary Marty Lorenzo of Petco, to better understand the scope of the new law and the authority of the proposed new California Privacy Protection Agency.
Carole J. Buckner, Partner and General Counsel
Frederick K. Taylor, Partner
Marty Lorenzo, Vice President Legal Affairs & Assistant Corporate Secretary, Petco
DATE AND TIME
Tuesday, August 18th at 4:00 pm