Future Proofing Privacy Compliance with Impending State Regulatory Regimes
With new data privacy regulations taking effect in California, Colorado, and Virginia in 2023, and state legislatures across the U.S. continuing to entertain additional privacy law proposals, business must begin preparing now to comply with a growing patchwork of state laws. Join attorneys from Blank Rome’s Privacy, Security & Data Protection and Class Action Defense teams as they provide their strategic insights and perspectives on how companies from coast-to-coast can work toward a future-proof compliance program in the face of continually evolving state data privacy laws.
This complimentary webinar will include discussion of the application and coverage of state laws, highlight material differences among upcoming California, Colorado and Virginia privacy regulations and existing regulations under the CCPA and GDPR that will present operational challenges, and discuss strategies for leveraging and adjusting current compliance programs to meet those challenges. The panel will also discuss litigation and enforcement trends that can help inform risk-based decisions when faced with differing, and sometimes conflicting, requirements.
- Sharon R. Klein, Partner and Chair, Privacy, Security & Data Protection
- Alex C. Nisenbaum, Partner, Privacy, Security & Data Protection
- Ana Tagvoryan, Partner and Co-Chair, Class Action Defense
- Karen H. Shin, Associate, Privacy, Security & Data Protection
This course is anticipated to qualify for the following CLE credits:
- CA – 1.0 general credit
- CT – 1.0 general credit (by reciprocity)
- NJ – 1.0 general credit (by reciprocity)
- NY – 1.0 professional practice credit (transitional and available for newly admit attorneys)
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