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Bloomberg Law Privacy & Data Security Webinar

Pivoting Post Disruption: The Latest Moves for Privacy Compliance

21 Apr 2021 01:00 p.m. - 02:00 p.m.

Well-known disruptors like Max Schrems and Alastair Mactaggart are part and parcel of the privacy landscape. The poster boys for data protection have destabilized business practices and client expectations, challenging attorneys and compliance professionals to innovate and improvise. What are 2021’s best practices in the wake of Schrems II and the California Privacy Rights Act? Who (or what) will be the likely disruptors in the future? How can privacy professionals better position themselves to cope (and comply) in an ever-changing environment? Our discussion will address strategies for incorporating flexibility and offer guidance on where you should be headed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Update best practices and apply lessons learned from Schrems II, CCPA/CPRA, and other privacy compliance disruptions
  • Identify strategies to adapt to change and manage expectations of clients and C-suite executives
  • Recognize likely developments that might become the next privacy disruption

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

  • In-house and outside counsel involved with data privacy issues, data processing agreements, SaaS contracts, and related matters
  • Privacy professionals advising corporate clients on data collection and technology development and integration
  • Compliance professionals advising on and/or updating privacy programs and policies



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