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The CCPA: The New Basics for Companies Doing Business in California

January 16, 2020

As of January 1, the most comprehensive U.S. consumer privacy legislation to date, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), is in effect. The CCPA's scope brings sweeping change to the way virtually every business collects and processe consumer data. 

But the California Attorney General will not start enforcement actions until at least July 2020. What does your organization need to know — and what actions should you take — to comply with this new law now?

Join Adam Griffin, Amy Hanna Keeney and David Katz for an in-depth discussion of things to know and watch prior to the CCPA's enforcement date during a 60-minute complimentary webinar on February 11, 2020. Our panel will focus on the following topics:

  • Does the CCPA apply to me and my business?
  • What rights do consumers have now that CCPA is in effect?
  • What does CCPA require of companies nationwide, regardless of location of their headquarters?
  • What could regulatory enforcement actions brought by the California Attorney General look like?

This program is perfect for board members, senior executives responsible for risk management, general counsel, senior technology directors and anyone else who would like to deepen their understanding and perspective of the CCPA.

Adams and Reese Privacy, Cybersecurity and Data Management Team Webinar Series

The CCPA: The New Basics for Companies Doing Business in California

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. CST
Register here.