California Privacy Law 2019September 26, 2019
Multiple O’Melveny lawyers will serve as faculty for Practising Law Institute’s half-day conference, “California Privacy Law 2019,” which will cover many aspects of the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The event will take place on September 26 at PLI California in San Francisco, as well as by live webcast.
Partner Randall Edwards, whose practice frequently involves the intersection of data-security and privacy regulation with consumer class-action defense and other complex commercial litigation, will chair the event and provide opening remarks.
Special counsel Scott Pink, a former general counsel for a major media company, will speak on “The In-House Perspective” panel. The session will provide an overview of CCPA, analyze the differences between the new act and existing California laws, and share significant internal steps for CCPA compliance.
“The Regulator Perspective” panel will include partner Daniel Suvor, the former Chief of Policy and Senior Counsel to California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris. The discussion will shed light on key enforcement priorities and recommended compliance steps emerging from the California Attorney General’s Office.
Register for the event here.
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