Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name—or at the very least is familiar with your data breach incident response plan. Clients new and old alike have been trickling into law firms in anticipation (or mild apprehension) of the California Consumer Privacy Act.

The law brings new and sweeping changes to the way the U.S. has traditionally viewed consumer privacy, whether businesses are ready for them or not.

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