CCPA and Other Potential State Laws – New Burdens on Medical Research and De-Identified Data?

Evolving state law is undermining the legal foundation governing medical research. Because CCPA neither exempts all federally permissible medical research, nor recognizes HIPAA de-identification, we expect the law to burden research with significant legal complexities and delays. This session will explain current research uses of HIPAA de-identified data, review CCPA de-identification and research provisions, analyze…

CCPA, New US Privacy Laws and Interest Based Advertising

Join a conversation moderated by BakerHostetler partner Alan Friel with representatives from the Network Advertising Initiative and the Internet Advertising Bureau about the challenges to the third party digital advertising ecosystem posed by the California Consumer Privacy Act and proposed privacy legislation and how the advertising industry is responding. Alan Friel, Partner, BakerHostetler Leigh Freund,…

Individual Rights Requests Under GDPR and CCPA – How to Stand Up a Program and Reduce the Risks of Data Breach Liability

Managing individual rights requests – the requests to access, delete, correct people’s data, is one of the more challenging legal requirements under the CCPA, GDPR, and other privacy and data protection laws. CCPA makes clear, for example, that companies need to provide clear options to make individual rights requests, to fulfill them within fixed time…

The Coming Flood of CCPA Class Litigation: What You Can Do to Mitigate Your Risk

The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) takes effect in January 2020, and a flood of resulting litigation is coming. This session sets out measures that companies should be taking now to reduce their risk under the CCPA. These steps include requiring encryption of information and having consumers enter into enforceable arbitration provisions. Other topics include…