In this episode of Connect On Tech, your host Brian Hengesbaugh is joined by Teresa Michaud, a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Los Angeles office. Together they will discuss the possible private litigation that may arise as a result of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Tune in to learn:

  • What clients are calling “the scariest aspect” of the CCPA
  • How class action plaintiffs might bring suit outside of the data breach context
  • Teresa’s practical tips for how companies can help protect themselves from litigation arising from the CCPA
Related Resources
California Attorney General Publishes Proposed Regulations Implementing CCPA
A Practical Guide to CCPA Readiness: Implementing California’s New Privacy Law
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Brian provides advice on global data privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, digital media, direct marketing information management, and other legal and regulatory issues. He is Chair of Baker McKenzie's Global Data Privacy and Security group.

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Teresa advises on all aspects of dispute resolution, primarily complex business disputes, class actions, intellectual property and international arbitration. She is the Co-Chair of the North American Class Action Subgroup.

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