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California Consumer Privacy Act: How it Might Affect Your Business

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is currently scheduled to enter into effect on January 1, 2020. This presentation focuses on the practical implications of the new statute, and provides an overview of recent bills and other attempts at amending or superseding the current version of the CCPA.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is currently scheduled to enter into effect on January 1, 2020. This presentation focuses on the practical implications of the new statute, and provides an overview of recent bills and other attempts at amending or superseding the current version of the CCPA.

While the future is uncertain, it is highly likely that there will soon be a compromise law, State or Federal, that will grant California consumers—and possibly other Americans—greater control over their personal information than currently exists. CCPA is likely to have numerous common elements with the compromise law. Businesses should start thinking of a plan of action, new processes or procedures, and new revenue models to adapt to the likely significant legislative changes looming on the horizon.

Program Highlights:

  • Businesses that fall under the scope of the CCPA
  • Data collection and use under the CCPA
  • Evaluating compliance with the act
  • Developing a strategy for compliance
  • Possible changes to the current CCPA and/or federal legislation

This is an intermediate level program. Some prior business law experience is assumed.

On Demand BU54668-191

Live program recorded on Sep 13, 2018. 

 

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$ 79.00

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is currently scheduled to enter into effect on January 1, 2020. This presentation focuses on the practical implications of the new statute, and provides an overview of recent bills and other attempts at amending or superseding the current version of the CCPA.

While the future is uncertain, it is highly likely that there will soon be a compromise law, State or Federal, that will grant California consumers—and possibly other Americans—greater control over their personal information than currently exists. CCPA is likely to have numerous common elements with the compromise law. Businesses should start thinking of a plan of action, new processes or procedures, and new revenue models to adapt to the likely significant legislative changes looming on the horizon.

Program Highlights:

  • Businesses that fall under the scope of the CCPA
  • Data collection and use under the CCPA
  • Evaluating compliance with the act
  • Developing a strategy for compliance
  • Possible changes to the current CCPA and/or federal legislation

This is an intermediate level program. Some prior business law experience is assumed.

FRANCOISE GILBERT

FRANCOISE GILBERT

FRANCOISE GILBERT is a partner at Greenberg Traurig. Ms. Gilbert focuses her practice and research on U.S. and global data privacy and security matters. She counsels clients on complex issues and compliance requirements, related to evaluating and strategically managing privacy, security, and e-business risks. Some of her favorite engagements include designing data protection programs that comply with the European Union GDPR and other data protection laws, shaping digital advertising campaigns, integrating privacy and security controls in data analytics and artificial intelligence projects, identifying and addressing personal data issues likely to arise from products or services used in digital cities, connected devices, intelligent vehicles, and other disruptive technologies.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Business Law
By Month September 2018
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Business Law
By Month September 2018