A Review of 2020 Privacy Law Developments and a Look Ahead

A Review of 2020 Privacy Law Developments and a Look Ahead

Speaking Engagement CLE

Please join us on Tuesday, January 26 for a webinar to discuss some of the key trends and developments in privacy law over the course of the past year and what’s to come in 2021. The program will feature the co-chair of WilmerHale’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice, Kirk J. Nahra, Counsel Arianna Evers, Senior Associate Shannon Togawa Mercer and Associate Ali A. Jessani.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • A review of some of the key privacy law developments of 2020, including implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act and draft regulations, passage of the California Privacy Rights Act, other state and federal developments relating to privacy, and recent privacy-related enforcement actions.
  • A comprehensive look forward and a discussion of what to expect in 2021, including a renewed focus on a national privacy law, enforcement activity in California and other states, Schrems II and the data transfer mess, changes at the Federal Trade Commission, and the evolution of the healthcare privacy landscape.

Participants will have the opportunity to contribute questions online and interact with the speakers throughout the webinar.

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*CLE credit is not available for those who watch webinar recordings. 

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