Program Overview

This program will address five key questions organizations should be considering if they are doing business in California; have employees in California; or merely collect information about California residents. Topics covered will include CCPA applicability; key terms and personal information practices governed by the CCPA; CCPA obligations and prohibitions; actions organizations should already be taking to prepare to meet their obligations; and penalties and risks for CCPA non-compliance.


Who Should Attend

  • In-house attorneys for entities with potential CCPA obligations
  • Law firm attorneys for firms with their own potential CCPA obligations¬†
  • Law firm attorneys with clients with potential CCPA obligations
  • Privacy professionals
  • Anyone else with an interest in important privacy law developments

What You Will Learn

  • Who has to Comply with the CCPA?
  • What Types of Personal Information and Personal Information Practices are Covered by the CCPA?
  • What Actions Must Organizations Take and Refrain from Taking under the CCPA?
  • What Should My Organization be Doing Now to Prepare to Meet Its Obligations under the CCPA?
  • What are the Penalties for Non-Compliance with the CCPA?


Laura Clark Fey

Laura Clark Fey who was selected into the inaugural class of Privacy Law Specialists (IAPP), leads Fey LLC, a boutique data privacy law firm. Laura, a Certified U.S. and European Privacy Professional, Certified Information Privacy Manager, and Fellow of Information Privacy (IAPP), and her team help organizations develop and implement practical solutions to their unique data privacy challenges.

Beth Magnuson

Beth Magnuson, CIPP/US, CIPP/E joined Practical Law from Oracle, where she was managing counsel, responsible for privacy and security matters. Her prior positions at Oracle (formerly Sun Microsystems) focused on trademark and copyright matters. Before that, she was special counsel with Faegre & Benson, general counsel of Pumpkin Masters, a seasonal products company, and an intellectual property associate at both Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner and Welsh & Katz (now Husch Blackwell).

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