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Regulation Roundup: CCPA and The Future Of Privacy


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: October 27, 2020
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Agenda

  • Latest Developments
  • The Final CCPA Regulations
  • Withdrawn Provisions
  • CCPA 2.0 - California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act of 2020 
  • What's New in CPRA?
  • Q & A
Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute
Recorded: October 27, 2020

Description

Comprehensive privacy bills at the state level have gained significant momentum in the past year. In 2018, we saw the California Consumer Privacy Act pass. Following this initial bill, we are now seeing many more states exploring and proposing similar legislation. The shifting landscape of state-privacy continues to change, providing enhanced protection to consumers in their respective states.

In this session, we will discuss the most recent developments and explore whether the provisions set forth in the different bills offer the same level of protection.

This program was recorded as part of Corporate Counsel's Women, Influence, and Power in Law Virtual Conference held on October 27th, 2020.

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Panelists

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Elizabeth Canter

Partner
Covington & Burling LLP

Libbie Canter has experience representing a wide variety of multinational companies on privacy, cybersecurity, and technology transaction issues, with special expertise in advising those in highly-regulated sectors, including financial services companies and pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers.

She counsels these companies — and their technology and advertising partners — on how to address legacy regulatory issues and the cutting edge issues that have emerged with industry innovations and data collaborations. As part of her practice, she regularly represents clients in commercial transactions relating to content distribution and those involving personal data and cybersecurity risk.

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Erika Brown Lee

Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel
Mastercard

Erika Brown Lee is a Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel at Mastercard. Ms. Brown Lee leads the team that develops policies, provides guidance, and ensures compliance with privacy and data protection laws across the company’s products and services, including payment processing, data analytics, and fraud-related activities for North America, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Ms. Brown Lee is the former Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer of the U.S. Department of Justice, where she served as the principal advisor to the Attorney General on privacy and civil liberties matters. Ms. Brown Lee co-chaired the DOJ breach response team, played a leadership role among agencies working to develop privacy-related legislation, and provided regular briefings to Capitol Hill. She received an Attorney General Award for Exceptional Contributions in Negotiating a Data Protection and Privacy Agreement with the E.U. Ms. Brown Lee also served in the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Privacy & Identity Protection., and chaired the ABA’s Privacy & Information Security Committee. Ms. Brown Lee serves on the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Advisory Board for Women Leading Privacy.

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Susan Szafranski

Associate General Labor & Employment Counsel
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)

Susan Szafranski is the in-house benefits counsel at PSEG. Prior to joining PSEG in 2011, she was a partner at Day Pitney in the Employee Benefits/Executive Compensation Practice.

At PSEG, Susan provides counsel on all aspects of employee benefits, executive compensation and payroll. She collaborates with the employment/labor attorneys on benefit matters. She is counsel and secretary to the administrative and investment fiduciary committees. Recently, Susan has become involved with the accommodations review process.

The benefits arena is ever changing, especially now. To stay connected with other benefit attorneys on these issues, Susan is a member of the American Bar Association, Taxation Section, Employee Benefits Committee. For approximately 8 years, she has been the Chair of the Employee Benefits Group of the NJ Bar Tax Section. This group meets regularly to share their viewpoints and learn from the other members. She also belongs to the In-House Benefits Counsel Network.

Susan is the Secretary of the Board of Directors of La Quinta Aruba. The board has oversight for all matters of the resort. Specifically, she is involved with personnel matters, contracts and vendor management.

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Christine Binotti

Lead Counsel
Motorola Solutions

Christine Binotti is Lead Counsel for Motorola Solutions, specializing in Labor and Employment, Immigration/Employee Mobility, and Data Privacy.

Before becoming an expert in Labor and Employment law, Christine served as the lead Solutions Procurement Counsel for Motorola’s Global Services and Solutions business and provided commercial legal support for Motorola’s North American Sales team. Prior to joining Motorola, Christine served as Counsel for La Petite Academy, Inc., the nation’s leading early education and child care provider. She is well versed in all aspects of legal compliance, including Labor and Employment, Data Privacy and Protection, Employee Benefits, Employment Litigation, Immigration/Employee Mobility and Commercial Contracting.

Christine currently serves as a Committee Member for the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Street Law Program. Christine graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.


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