PRIVACY WATCH

Wait, What? Not Another State Privacy Law!

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PRIVACY WATCH | Thursday, June 6, 2024 | 1:00 PM ET

Wait, What? Not Another State Privacy Law!

Legislative sessions are wrapping up for the summer and our elected officials have been busy on the privacy front. Join M&S attorneys Josh Stevens and Aaron Parry for a comprehensive overview of the new privacy laws passed in 2024 and what’s lurking around the corner for the second half of the year and beyond. You’ll leave with valuable insights, practical guidance, and compliance strategies to help you navigate this growing patchwork of regulations.

Key Topics:

State-Specific Privacy Laws

  • Understand the nuances of newly-passed privacy laws in Nebraska, Maryland, Tennessee, New Jersey, and more
  • Learn how these laws impact your marketing initiatives and data handling practices

Compliance Deadlines and Requirements

  • Learn about staggered compliance deadlines for different states
  • Stay up-to-date on reporting obligations, consent requirements, and data breach notifications

Industry-Specific Considerations

  • See how industry-specific laws, such as healthcare, are impacting businesses outside the industry
  • Address challenges faced by organizations operating across state borders

Best Practices for Compliance

  • Get practical tips for updating privacy policies, employee training, and risk assessments

This is a legislative session wrap you won’t want to miss. Hope to see you there!

  • Please submit any questions you have in advance, We'll also be taking live questions during the webinar.

Speakers

Josh Stevens

A Partner at M&S, Josh advises clients on a range of proactive and responsive matters, helping them achieve their business goals while complying with federal and state privacy and other consumer protection laws.

Aaron Parry

Aaron works across numerous highly-regulated industries, helping them comply with state and federal laws related to privacy and data security, cannabis, marketing, teleservices, and other consumer protection matters.

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