New State Data Privacy Laws in California and Other States: Corporate Counsel Compliance Guidance
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will brief corporate counsel on the compliance challenges and key differences with California's and other states' new privacy laws. The panel will also discuss effective strategies for managing the widening corporate data privacy risk landscape across territories.
- U.S. state privacy laws and recent developments
- New data subject rights and company obligations and limitations
- Data minimization and retention limitations
- Advertising and cookies
- Data disclosures to vendors and others
- Effective methods of compliance and data handling
- Data inventory and info governance
- Gap assessments and remediation plans
- Processor and third party management
- Workstream and checklist for data privacy risk preparedness
The panel will cover these and other important issues:
- What are some of the similarities and differences with the new crop of U.S. state privacy laws and between them and data laws in Europe and other nations?
- What are the benefits of conducting a data protection impact assessment, and when is it required?
- How to practically prioritize company data privacy compliance efforts to minimize risk?
- Attendees will receive summary materials and model workstreams
Alan L. Friel
Squire Patton Boggs
Mr. Friel is co-Chair of the firm’s Global Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice. BTI has... | Read More
Mr. Friel is co-Chair of the firm’s Global Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice. BTI has named Alan to its Client Service All-Stars List, recognizing attorneys who stand above all the others in delivering the absolute best in client service. Prior to joining Squire Patton, he was a partner at another AmLaw 100 law firm, where he led the US Consumer Privacy practice (in which he counseled clients on compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other data privacy regimes), and the retail, restaurant, and e-commerce industry initiative. Previously, he was Chair of the Global Technology, Media and Telcom (TMT) practice of another AmLaw 100 firm.Close
Myriah V. Jaworski
Focusing her practice on the intersection of law and technology, Ms. Jaworski advises clients on enterprise-wide data... | Read More
Focusing her practice on the intersection of law and technology, Ms. Jaworski advises clients on enterprise-wide data privacy and cybersecurity governance, incident response, data breach and class action defense, and related government investigations. She works with clients to implement new technologies, including AI/ML and automated decision-making tools, and to evaluate privacy and security requirements in Web3 and the metaverse. Ms. Jaworski represents clients in defense of data breach class actions, privacy torts and statutory claims, pixel tacking and commercial surveillance matters, internet defamation, technology disputes, and cyber subrogation claims. She also defends clients in response to regulatory inquiries and investigations arising out of data incidents and privacy practices. As a proactive compliance advisor, Ms. Jaworski works with clients to operationalize enterprise-wide data privacy and cybersecurity programs, in compliance with state, federal, and international laws and regulations. Of particular importance, she works with clients to mitigate potential privacy risks and ethical biases, and to provide audit and assessments of business use of AI/ML and automated decision-making tools. Her clients include major E-commerce retailers, international news media companies, global manufacturers and retailers, healthcare organizations, and financial entities. Ms. Jaworski is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, United States (CIPP/US) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional, Europe (CIPP/E) as certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). She was also a Trial Attorney with the U.S. DOJ.Close