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Webinar: California Consumer Privacy Act: The Good, the Bad, and The Grey Areas

This program offers 1 MCLE credit. You must register in advance to participate.

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a groundbreaking legislation which will go into effect in January 2020. It provides new privacy rights to California consumers and is slated to be the backdrop for a new U.S. federal privacy legislation which is currently being debated in the US Congress. This CLE webinar will discuss the major legal requirements that businesses serving California consumers should be aware of and particularly, the grey areas where further monitoring of rulemaking and implementation guidelines are needed, including:

  • Application of consumer rights to employees
  • HIPAA, GLBA, and FCRA exemptions
  • Definition of “Sale” of Personal Information
  • Opt out and deletion rights
  • AG Enforcement and Right to Cure
  • Private Cause of Action
  • Federal privacy law preemption

Moderator: Jeewon Serrato

Speakers: Mary Stone Ross and Aaron Lawson

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