Companies doing business in California or with Californians must be ready to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) by January 1, 2020 – less than three months away. However, as businesses were putting the finishing touches on their compliance efforts, the California legislature amended the law and the Attorney General proposed a round of very significant regulatory requirements. Now businesses find themselves making last-minute adjustments as the deadline approaches.
Please join us for a discussion that highlights the key takeaways from the recent CCPA amendments and proposed regulations, identifies the steps companies should be taking to meet these new obligations, and provides benchmarks for how companies are addressing key issues surrounding the CCPA.
Colleen Theresa Brown, Partner
Christopher Fonzone, Partner
Alan Charles Raul, Partner
Kate Heinzelman, Counsel
Clayton Northouse, Associate
Sheri Porath Rockwell, Associate
This program is presented by Sidley's Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice and Technology Industry Group.
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