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  • The Cybersecurity Deficiencies That Create Liability: What You Must Know and Should Do

    No matter what sector you are in - or whether you are a small business, large corporation, non-profit or a public sector organization - you are at risk of significant liability from cybersecurity deficiencies and practices. Cybersecurity deficiencies create significant liability that even if not exploited by hackers, you can expect will be exploited by plaintiff attorneys or regulators. Don't be caught unprepared! Join esteemed panelists Fred Taylor, Partner and Privacy & Cybersecurit...

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  • Clean Up the Mess - Get your Construction Project Back on Schedule and Avoid the Courtroom

    Every day a construction project is delayed, it’s not just costs that rise, it’s the risk of litigation. What if you could better foresee possible delays and take steps to prepare for setbacks, get projects back on track, and avoid further delays and costs that accrue when you find yourself in a courtroom? You’ll gain those insights and more in a complimentary webinar on Thursday, July 9th at 12:00 p.m. PDT with two practitioners combining 70 years of experience and 1000+ successful...

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  • PART ONE: Navigating Anticipated CCPA Enforcement & Mitigating Litigation

    PART ONE 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 Calif...

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  • 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 Calif...

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