Pierce Atwood Privacy & Data Security Practice Chair Peter J. Guffin will be a speaker, and firm attorney Vivek Rao will be the moderator of a panel, discussing the California Consumer Privacy Act at a one day Privacy-in-Practice conference on May 31, 2019 as part of the Maine Law School’s 10th Annual Summer Information Privacy Institute.
This session will cover the law’s scope and application and provide practical advice on how to comply with consumer’s new rights to enhanced disclosures on privacy practices, data access, deletion, and portability. For organizations new to data protection, it will demystify the CCPA’s prohibitions on the sale of data to third parties, private rights of action, and anti-discrimination rules. For those that already comply with GDPR, learn what more you need to do to meet the CCPA.
The Center for Law + Innovation at the University of Maine School of Law is partnering with Pierce Atwood, Maine Center Ventures, and IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals) to present this one-day conference on May 31, 2019 as part of the school’s 10th Annual Summer Information Privacy Institute. Registration is open to lawyers and non-lawyers. Maine attorneys who complete this course will receive 6.5 CLE credits. Please visit Maine Law for more information and registration instructions.