California has led the way in the regulation of data privacy and cybersecurity for many years. We have been actively advising clients on California privacy and cyber issues from the enactment of the nation’s first data breach notification statute in 2002 (California Civil Code § 1798.82) through the landmark California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA). Our experienced professionals collectively have decades of experience assisting market leaders across industries with all aspects of California privacy matters and harmonizing California’s requirements into their existing enterprise compliance program.
We work with senior-level privacy and legal roles in major organizations to help lead enterprise-wide compliance initiatives. We advise on all aspects of keeping their operations, products, and services compliant with the CCPA and other California privacy laws. We know the emerging technologies, digital activities, and Big Data issues driving legislation and enforcement. And we have extensive experience representing companies before courts and regulators in California, including extensive experience with state court UCL class actions.
The risks if you fail to comply with the CCPA are significant – statutory penalties, attorney general enforcement, and potential state court class actions. We assist you by identifying practical and creative approaches to ensure compliance while preserving competitive advantage and promoting innovation.