Despite numerous measures, the current laws don't adequately protect consumers from data collection by private companies, explain Salisian Lee attorneys.
National and international companies have to understand their legal environment and the roles filled by individuals implementing the program, explains Lothar Determann of UC-Hastings.
Consumer attorneys are not waiting for Proposition 37 to challenge food manufacturers' labeling practices, say Morrison & Foerster attorneys.
No judicial certainty on whether being less than truthful on your social media profile can land you in hot water, says Jeffrey Rosenthal of Blank Rome.
Companies promoting products online should be cautious not to violate numerous consumer protection laws on advertising and promotions, explains Rochelle Alpert of Morgan Lewis.
The federal government weighs in on the data mining versus privacy debate, signaling new regulations to come, advise Stroz Friedberg attorneys.
California is taking active steps to protect consumers' private data from dissemination to third parties, explain Kabateck Brown Kellner attorneys.
Recent case law complicates the analysis of whether a putative class can file a claim in California federal courts, says Dennis Ellis of Paul Hastings.
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