We have extensively covered the California Consumer Privacy Act, the first U.S. law comprehensively regulating the collection, use, and disclosure of general consumers’ personal information in the U.S. This important legislation poses significant compliance challenges for organizations that engage with residents of California, the world’s fifth largest economy.
On October 2, 2018, Hogan Lovells hosted the most recent instalment in its Internet of Things Webinar (IoT) Series. Two of our experienced litigation partners, Christine Gateau in Paris and Michelle Kisloff in Washington DC, discussed current regulatory actions and cutting-edge IoT litigation debates in the U.S. and Europe, as well as litigation risks to keep in mind when designing … Continue Reading
We are pleased to invite you to the next webinar in our Internet of Things (IoT) series. As IoT technology and devices continue their rapid advancement, they will have a very real role in litigation. In this 60-minute webinar, we’ll help you prepare for the expected and the unexpected, focusing on risk assessment, rising issues, and key challenges, so you … Continue Reading
In this complimentary webinar, Hogan Lovells partners Mark Brennan, Bret Cohen, Harriet Pearson, and Tim Tobin, discussed:
• What triggered the new law?
• What data is covered?
• What does CCPA require, and how do you start operationalizing the … Continue Reading
Yarmela Pavlovic, Paul Otto, Elisabethann Wright and Fabien Roy will explore the regulatory framework and challenges facing developers of connected medical devices and digital health solutions. With the market for these devices booming, this session promises an … Continue Reading
Thank you to everyone who participated in yesterday’s webinar “Safe Harbor Invalidated – What Next?”, in which we analyzed the implications of the decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidating the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor Framework. In the webinar, we explored:
- What is the status of data transfers currently being legitimized by Safe Harbor?
- What alternative options