August 19, 2020
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Enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) began July 1, 2020. Our privacy team at Troutman Pepper has identified six areas of enforcement likely to catch the California Office of the Attorney General’s (OAG) attention, which arguably holds sole enforcement authority under the Act. This webinar will

The novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”) has resulted in the California legislature rolling out several emergency initiatives to address the impact of the outbreak. Initiatives range from introducing measures to address key employment issues to financial packages that provide funding to increase hospital capacity and protect those most vulnerable to the disease. Given the immediate impact these

Please join Troutman Sanders attorneys, Ronald Raether, Ashley Taylor, Avi Schick, and Sadia Mirza for a Complimentary Webinar, “COVID-19: CCPA and Regulatory and Governmental Litigation Update” on Thursday, May 7, 2020 from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET.

With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enforcement date around the corner, we will provide

On Feb. 3, plaintiff Bernadette Barnes filed a class action lawsuit hoping to be the first case to rely on the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The complaint was filed over a data breach that allegedly occurred before the CCPA’s Jan. 1, 2020, effective date.

Given this timing, this case will not test the

Illinois made its first attempt at being in the vanguard of adopting new privacy laws with legislation to protect the biometric data of its residents with the Biometric Information Privacy Act. Illinois followed BIPA as the first state to pass legislation requiring an employer to disclose the use of artificial intelligence in the video-interview process

On Oct. 10, the California attorney general released a draft of proposed regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act and is calling on all interested parties to submit comments at the scheduled public hearings, by mail, or by email by Dec. 6.

There are many reasons why all businesses, industries, and impacted parties should consider

On October 11, California Governor Newsom signed five amendments into law that modify the text of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”). These amendments were signed just one day after California Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, released the draft of the proposed regulations to the CCPA, a summary of which can be found here

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which takes effect January 1, 2020, aims to provide California residents with greater transparency and control over how businesses collect and use their personal information. Organizations have been waiting for the California Attorney General (AG), Xavier Becerra, to adopt regulations to clarify and further the purpose and intent of

Organizations preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act have heard it and read it before — to prepare for the CCPA, all organizations, including covered “businesses” and third-party vendors, must review their vendor contracts. What is not always (or ever) explained, however, is what reviewing actually consists of and how organizations benefit from ensuring such