Sidley has a dedicated group of lawyers focusing specifically on litigation involving the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Given the unprecedented change to California law set to go into effect January 1, 2020, the CCPA could invite consumer class action litigation from plaintiffs seeking to recover statutory damages under the CCPA’s limited private right of action or other relief under California’s Unfair Competition Law. As businesses continue to sell their goods and services to customers in California, they must remain vigilant in preparing for litigation that may stem from CCPA enactment.
Please join us for a webinar that focuses on consumer class action litigation exposure. The discussion will cover how businesses can anticipate class action litigation issues and be aware of the preventative measures that can be taken, such as effective terms and conditions, to minimize potential significant exposure.
Alexis Miller Buese, Partner, Commercial Litigation and Disputes, and Consumer Class Actions
Rara Kang, Associate, Commercial Litigation and Disputes, and Consumer Class Actions
This program is presented by members of Sidley's CCPA Litigation Task Force.
For more on the CCPA, visit the Sidley CCPA Monitor page, and keep up with CCPA amendments through Sidley's CCPA Amendments Tracker.
Sidley Austin LLP is an accredited MCLE provider in IL, NY and CA. Credit for this program is pending.
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