Drafting Vendor Agreements to Comply With California Consumer Protection Act: Steps to Take Now
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 for drafting or updating technology vendor agreements to meet the data protection and privacy requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). 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?
- 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?
- Will the same rights be provided to all consumers regardless of residence?
- What does "sale" of "personal information" and "commercial purposes" mean and how will that impact planning and compliance?
- How will CCPA affect 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 being enacted by states across the U.S., what are some best practices to adopt in anticipation?
Douglas G. Bonner
Potomac Law Group
Mr. Bonner has more than 25 years of experience representing wireline and wireless providers, cable TV, VoIP and... | Read More
Mr. Bonner has more than 25 years of experience representing wireline and wireless providers, cable TV, VoIP and broadcast companies in regulatory matters before the FCC, FTC, DOJ, U.S. Department of Commerce/NTIA, DOT/NHTSA and other federal agencies, and in state regulatory proceedings, as well as in telecommunications-related litigation. His practice ranges from litigating telecommunications industry disputes and defending regulatory enforcement proceedings to advising clients on M&As. Mr. Bonner additionally helps clients negotiate beneficial terms in their communications service, distributed antenna system and other service agreements. His practice also involves counseling clients on privacy and data security issues arising under the TCPA or international transfers of personal data, including organizing and presenting corporate compliance programs relating to the TCPA, or helping clients evaluate and comply with various options to satisfy EU regulations protecting the personal data of EU citizens.Close
Director, Global Privacy
Ms. Shore is a global privacy specialist and strategic planner focused on data privacy, policy development, and... | Read More
Ms. Shore is a global privacy specialist and strategic planner focused on data privacy, policy development, and strategic and operational privacy planning. Most recently, concentrating on the evaluation of digital mobile privacy issues, and the development and implementation of solutions that meet global requirements. In 2014, Ms. Shore established Under Armour’s formal privacy program. In this role, she supports Under Armour Connected Fitness (i.e., MyFitnessPal, MapMyFitness, Endomondo, UA Record, etc.), eCommerce (North America and International), Retail, Human Resources, Marketing, Legal, and Information Technology at Under Armour.Close