Drafting Vendor Agreements to Comply With California Consumer Protection Act: Preparing for July 1 Enforcement
Meeting CCPA Data Protection and Privacy Requirements, Avoiding Fines and Penalties, Applicability in Other States
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide business and technology counsel on drafting and updating technology vendor agreements to meet the data protection and privacy requirements of the CCPA that went into effect January 1, 2020, and slated for enforcement beginning July 1, 2020. The panel will discuss the origins, applicability, and standards of the CCPA, as well as practical compliance considerations to determine whether the CCPA applies to a business, due diligence tactics for evaluating existing technology vendor agreements, and language that should be incorporated in contracts to ensure compliance.
- Requirements of CCPA
- How the CCPA compares to other data privacy regimes, including the EU's GDPR
- Determining when the CCPA applies to a business' practices
- Performing due diligence on existing vendor agreements for CCPA compliance
- Drafting new vendor contracts or amending existing contracts: language to include
The panel will review these and other high priority issues:
- What are the key features of the CCPA as it relates to vendor relationships and risk exposure?
- How does one determine if a business is subject to the CCPA?
- What are steps companies and their counsel should take immediately to ensure vendor agreements comply with the CCPA?
- What does "sale" of "personal information" and "commercial purposes" mean, and how will that impact planning and compliance?
- How will the CCPA impact supply chain management, especially between vendors, suppliers, and other relationships?
- What types of information do I need to ask vendors to provide to demonstrate compliance?
- With CCPA-like laws enacted by states across the U.S., what are some best practices to adopt in anticipation?
Mr. Blickensderfer is a technology lawyer with a litigation background. He is a member of the Firm’s... | Read More
Mr. Blickensderfer is a technology lawyer with a litigation background. He is a member of the Firm’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice, and he co-chairs the Esports and Electronic Gaming Practice. As a certified information privacy professional (CIPP/US), accredited by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, he counsels clients on a number of areas relating to data privacy and cybersecurity — from breach preparation and response, to GDPR and CCPA readiness and compliance. Mr. Blickensderfer is an active member of the data privacy and cybersecurity committees of The Florida Bar and the American Bar Association. He regularly publishes and speaks on topics related to data privacy and cybersecurity.Close
Dominique Shelton Leipzig
Ms. Leipzig co-chairs the firm’s Ad Tech Privacy & Data Management group. She provides strategic privacy and... | Read More
Ms. Leipzig co-chairs the firm’s Ad Tech Privacy & Data Management group. She provides strategic privacy and cyber-preparedness compliance counseling, and defends, counsels and represents companies on privacy, global data security compliance, data breaches and investigations with an eye towards helping clients avoid litigation. A former litigator for 22 years, Ms. Leipzig's compliance counseling includes defending companies under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, attorneys general offices and other regulatory and government authorities. Through these actions and related litigations where she provides subject matter leadership, she is able to advise companies on best practices in privacy, cybersecurity, data, mobile, cloud storage, Ad Tech privacy, Internet of Things, cyber preparedness and other areas of regulatory compliance.Close
Amber C. Thomson
Ms. Thomson is a member of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice and also the firm’s... | Read More
Ms. Thomson is a member of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice and also the firm’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. Sher counsels clients on complex and cutting-edge issues related to cybersecurity, privacy, and big data, along with helping clients navigate the international trade landscape. This includes counseling clients on CFIUS filings, export controls, country-of-origin requirements, and Miscellaneous Tariff Bill petitions. Ms. Thomson also advises clients on employee mobility matters.Close