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New: Live and Virtual Privacy Law CLE Event | September 22, 2021

We’re hosting the Southwest Ohio Chapter of the ACC virtually and live in our Cincinnati office.

Join Scott Kane, Alan Friel, Kyle Fath and Kristin Bryan for an up-to-the-minute review of US consumer privacy laws, an in-depth discussion of a proposed new Ohio

Register today for the following upcoming events:

Key Learnings From the California AG’s Examples of CCPA Non-Compliance

September 9; 2021: Noon – 1: 00 pm ET

Alan Friel (Squire Patton Boggs) and Ankura’s David Manek and Colleen Yushchak will share insights on the California Attorney General’s recent CCPA enforcement activity.

Hosted by Ankura.

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A little noticed provision of new consumer privacy laws in California and Virginia, effective January 2023, is the need for detailed data retention schedules and defensible destruction programs. Partner Alan Friel and Counsel Kyle Fath joined data management professionals on a recent panel at the International Association of Privacy Processional’s annual summit to explain these new requirements and how to prepare for them.  You can watch the recording for free here: Trim Costs, Reduce Risks and Improve Compliance: Data Retention the Right Way

Keep reading for tips on how to develop and implement a data retention program by Kyle Fath and Exterro’s Rebecca Perry.
Continue Reading Robust Data Retention Programs Required By New Laws

On June 1, Elliot Golding and other industry experts will co-present on the ABA Webinar: Got Data?: How the Health Data Rules are Changing. The program, organized by the American Bar Association (ABA) will address recent and upcoming developments impacting health data including, CMS and ONC final rules on information blocking and interoperability, HIPPA and

We congratulate our friend and colleague Lydia de la Torre on her appointment to the inaugural board for the California Privacy Protection Agency.  “Californians deserve to have their data protected and the individuals appointed today will bring their expertise in technology, privacy and consumer rights to advance that goal,” said Governor Newsom. “These appointees

We are delighted to report that Alan L. Friel has joined our global Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice as Deputy Chair.  Alan arrives from BakerHostetler, where he led the US Consumer Privacy practice, co-chaired the retail, restaurant and e-commerce industry initiative, and served as the California Digital Assets and Data Management Leader.

Alan has nearly

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently handed down a landmark decision criticizing and restricting how the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights’ (OCR) interprets HIPAA and OCR’s penalty authority. OCR brought an enforcement action against the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center (M.D. Anderson) stemming from three alleged data