Speaking to the challenges created by online contracts and agreements, Helen Mac Murray weighs in on a recent mixed 11th Circuit decision in this case against a debt collector sued for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.Read More »
Chris Wager shares important considerations for businesses’ evolving sales and marketing strategies as they move forward in the era of COVID-19.Read More »
Associate Adam Steele discusses the impact the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is having on Ohio’s businesses.Read More »
As the landmark California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect this month, Senior Attorney Josh Stevens shares his thoughts on growing privacy regulation at the federal and state level.Read More »
What every auto dealer needs to know about contacting consumers via cell phone! Adam Steele shares the ins and outs of ensuring your sales, marketing, and service communications comply with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).Read More »
From former government prosecutor to current defense attorney, Partner Helen Mac Murray shares her experiences and perspectives through a legal career spanning both sides of the aisle.Read More »
Make no mistake – STIR/SHAKEN is coming and it’s already putting your calls to consumers at greater risk of being blocked. Is your organization ready?
Though STIR/SHAKEN is aimed at combating malicious robocalling and illegal spoofing, the challenge is to create an authentication process that addresses these abusive calls without threatening the ability of businesses to contact consumers for legitimate purposes. Join M&S Partner and former regulator Michele Shuster and Senior Attorney Josh Stevens for an informative session discussing what you need to know and the steps you can take to prepare and protect your organization.Register »
Data has been referred to as the “new oil.” It is not only a hot commodity but also the lifeblood of modern American commerce. Auto dealers know this too, as they increasingly rely on data to drive their decision-making. However, collecting and processing consumer data, especially personal information, comes with risks and must be done with an eye on compliance.
Josh Stevens and Chris Wager will provide dealers with a map to guide them down the privacy compliance road. Focusing on the landmark California Consumer Privacy Act as a model, dealers will learn key considerations when developing their privacy compliance programs. From drafting robust privacy policies to managing vendors’ handling of personal information and honoring consumer requests, dealers will understand the basics of CCPA compliance. Dealers will also walk away with insight on future privacy compliance including how the CCPA will likely apply to them, developments toward a national privacy framework, and what to expect from other states (including Ohio) in the coming years.
There is no cost for OADA member dealers; non-members will be charged a $50 connection fee.Register »