California’s New Privacy Law: Four Bet-The-Job Questions for GCs

Learn key requirements of the CCPA and four bet-the-job questions GCs must address.

California’s New Privacy Law: Four Bet-The-Job Questions for GCs

General counsels face new stringent requirements for managing the personal data of California consumers under the CCPA, which goes into effect on January 2020 with more states to quickly follow. Savvy plaintiffs' attorneys are exploiting private rights of action, statutory fines and new theories of liability to supercharge litigation against companies of all types and sizes. GCs must take the lead to ensure effective compliance, mitigate liabilities and protect their companies.

View this webcast to learn:

  • Key requirements of the CCPA
  • The Role of the General Counsel
  • Four Bet-The-Job Questions GCs must address

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