Rebecca Engrav, Douglas Swetnam, Mark Bailey, Ryan Kriger
Both industry and scholars have weighed in extensively on what should be in a federal privacy law, including whether a federal law should preempt state laws. But what do state AGs, who have so much experience interpreting and enforcing their own laws, think? State AGs have been at the forefront of passing first breach laws, and now general privacy laws such as the CCPA. This session will feature speakers from several state AG offices to discuss what they hope to see in a federal privacy law.
Rebecca Engrav, Partner, Perkins Coie
Douglas Swetnam, Chief Data Privacy & Identity Theft Unit, Office of the Indiana Attorney General
Ryan Kriger, Assistant Attorney General, State of Vermont Office of the Attorney General
Mark Bailey, Sr. Assistant Attorney General II, Consumer Fraud Unit, Colorado Attorney General’s Office