This webinar took place on July 29, 2020.

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Description: California is on the cusp of further privacy protection that will affect nearly every business. In this presentation, Womble Bond Dickinson and the Southern California (SoCal) Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel examined: 

  • The Privacy Proposition (CPRA): Removing the cure period protecting business and creating a new privacy bureaucracy in California that will affect all companies.
  • CCPA Changes: Extending consumer protections to employees and business contacts is on the horizon, and further restricting use of personal information have been proposed in Sacramento.
  • CCPA Enforcement: The private right of action is being exercised in surprising cases and the CA AG has already targeted companies under the law.
  • Operational Challenges and Trends: Addressing compliance under untested regulations while patterns emerge in addressing consumer rights.

Speakers went beyond what you know about the CCPA and analyzed the California privacy rules and enforcements most relevant to your company.


  • Tara Cho, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson
  • Kristin Walker-Probst, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson
  • Nicole Su, Associate, Womble Bond Dickinson
  • Robert Taylor, Associate General Counsel, J2Global, Inc.
  • Robert Kang, Senior Attorney – Cyber & US National Security, Southern California Edison
CLE points
1 hour of General CLE Credits available in California. Self-submission forms for additional states upon request.