Old Dominion, New Privacy Law: The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act

With the recent adoption of the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (“VCDPA”), the state’s consumers will have new rights to understand what data a company collects about them, how that data is used, and with whom they share it. In short, the new law will have a national impact on any company doing business in the state.

Led by attorneys from Blank Rome’s Privacy, Security & Data Protection and White Collar Defense & Investigation Groups, this complimentary webinar will provide in-depth analysis of the VCDPA and timely insights on how businesses should prepare to comply with its provisions, including discussion of:

      • Scope of the VCDPA;
      • The VCDPA compared to the California Consumer Privacy Act and other privacy regimes;
      • New data rights of consumers;
      • Information security requirements; and
      • Issues related to enforcement.

PRESENTERS

  • Sharon R. Klein, Partner and Chair, Privacy, Security & Data Protection, Orange County, CA
  • Alex C. Nisenbaum, Partner, Privacy, Security & Data Protection, Orange County, CA
  • Jennifer A. Short, Partner, White Collar Defense & Investigations, Washington, D.C.

CLE Credit

This course is anticipated to qualify for the following CLE credits: VA 1.0 general credit

QUESTIONS? Please contact Courtney Litman via e-mail.

Tuesday, September 21, 2021
10:00‒11:00 a.m. PDT / 1:00‒2:00 p.m. EDT
Online Event

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Technical Data Rights Protections Eroded by FY19 NDAA

Scott Arnold and Carolyn Cody-Jones

The Fiscal Year (“FY”) 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”), H.R. 5515, 115th Cong., 2d Sess. (2018), passed both chambers of Congress at breakneck speed this year, the fastest pace in approximately 20 years, and was presented to President Trump on August 3, 2018. The bill enjoyed substantial bipartisan support in both the Senate and the House. It authorizes a $717 billion national defense budget and also reforms certain practices. Continue reading “Technical Data Rights Protections Eroded by FY19 NDAA”