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Privacy Law Introduction, Theory, and Fundamentals
This presentation focuses on the main concepts of privacy law, exploring domestic and international laws.

New Media Rights

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64 minutes
Cite Early! Cite Often! The 2019-2020 Cases That Every Practitioner Should Know
Join us for ALM’s open-to-all legendary Judicial Keynote Session as the panel discusses the cases that made (or missed) the ALM headlines in 2019-2020. Caselaw discussions will focus on the ever changing landscape of data and biometric privacy, privilege disputes, spoliation, recent news in iPhone forensics and social media discovery in litigation.

Legalweek

$65

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58 minutes
Navigating Data Privacy Restrictions in Litigations and Investigations
This CLE session, presented by experienced global privacy and e-discovery attorneys and technologists, will discuss how to design processes and leverage technology to remain compliant and secure while meeting the needs of the case.

Legalweek

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GDPR & CCPA are Fueling High Demand for On-Point RegTech Solutions
In this session, we’ll explore the State of RegTech solutions and how they’re being leveraged to automate compliance with key parts of the GDPR & CCPA. In addition, we’ll examine how ALSPs are using these new technologies for large scale compliance projects. We’ll also provide a readout on the state of developments in global data privacy and protection law matters.

Legalweek

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58 minutes
Understanding CCPA & U.S. State Privacy Regimes
In the summer of 2018, California passed its landmark set of privacy statutes, the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA"), effective January 1, 2020. Since that time, numerous other states have added their own legislation, some more data privacy driven and others more focused on data security. That amalgam of laws added to a series of state enforcement agency regulations promulgated in Colorado, New York and Vermont. Pressure from global businesses, such as AT&T and IBM, urging the federal government to create a more comprehensive consumer data privacy law should only increase the number of state - and perhaps even federal- legislative introduced.

Legalweek

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