Join us for a lively and informative presentation on implicit bias in the legal profession--what it is, why we all have it and practical tips on how to address it.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a piece of landmark legislation with detailed requirements for the collection, storage and usage of consumer data. For attorneys working in the insurance space, the CCPA and the Attorney General’s proposed implementing regulations add yet another set of rules to the already-crowded field of privacy regulation.This one-hour webinar will discuss some of the issues that the new rules raise for insurers, including the treatment of insurance producers, the application of the rules to insurer claims files and the interaction between the CCPA and existing state and federal privacy laws.
In the landmark case Iskanian v. CLS Transportation, 59 Cal.4th 348 (2014), the California Supreme Court approved the use of class waivers in pre-dispute agreements while at the same time forbid the use of waivers that precluded employees from pursuing PAGA claims. Following Iskanian, employees in California have shifted to pursuing claims through PAGA representative suits, as proposed class actions are frequently compelled to individual arbitration.