Data Privacy: Where Are We Now? Plus, CCPA Updates and Impacts
Date: Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET |11 a.m. PT
Privacy remains one of the top issues for in-house counsel and law firms, and those issues underscoring the need for data privacy have become even more pronounced with the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has generated numerous privacy, data protection, security and compliance questions. These challenges are driving the need for companies to ensure their platforms are not only secure, but forward looking.
How does the California Consumer Privacy Act play into this? Some companies have asked the attorney general to push back the enforcement date to January 1, 2021, citing complications caused by COVID-19. And some think the pandemic could be the impetus to finally get traction on a national data privacy law.
Businesses and legal departments may not have the data privacy spend to account for the impact that COVID-19 has had on employee data.
Join this webcast and learn the answers to these most asked questions:
- Where are we now? Get an update from the beginning of the year and a clear understanding of the biggest risks, and how to anticipate and successfully manage potential issues when they arise.
- What is the latest on the CCPA? What are some updates to the regulations that are in progress? What is not addressed that is a concern?
- What are some tools and strategies to help manage data privacy within your organization or law firm?
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|Michelle Hon Donovan | Partner | Duane Morris LLP
Michelle Hon Donovan is a partner at Duane Morris, LLP. Ms. Donovan’s practice is largely focused on in technology law, including the complex areas of privacy and information security. Ms. Donovan counsels clients on the rapidly changing field of data privacy, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and other state and federal privacy laws. Ms. Donovan provides privacy advice to clients a wide range of industries, including pharmaceutical and biotechnology, consumer electronics, software, e-commerce, automotive, real estate management and development, education, staffing, cannabis, and social networking.
|Mark Brennan | Global Lead Innovation Partner | Hogan Lovells US LLP
Based out of D.C., Mark leads an integrated technology practice that spans privacy, communications, and consumer protection issues. His clients include leading online and e-commerce companies, global telecommunications providers, Internet of Things pioneers and app developers, and other clients from the financial services, retail, transportation, education, and healthcare sectors. He advises on connected devices, artificial intelligence, cloud offerings, tech policy, and other cutting-edge challenges and is well-known for his work on Telephone Consumer Protection Act issues. Mark also co-chairs the firm’s Pride+ global LGBT+ ally network.
|Chad Perlov | Lexis Practice Advisor Content Manager | LexisNexis
Chad Perlov is a Content Manager for Lexis Practice Advisor and is responsible for the development of practical guidance and legal know-how in the areas of privacy and data security, technology transactions, e-commerce, and IP/IT in corporate transactions. In his legal career, Chad served as general counsel for a leading software development and IT solutions company, an attorney at large law firms in New York and Sydney, and in- house counsel at a prominent consumer products company. Chad earned his BA from the University of Kansas and his JD from the University of Colorado School of Law, where he was a member of the Colorado Law Review and a research assistant. He is CIPP/US certified and admitted to practice in New York, Colorado, and Australia.