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A GUIDE TO CALIFORNIA’S CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT (CCPA) AFTER LEGISLATIVE HEARINGS

Learn the latest legal updates on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

San Diego public comment on California Consumer Privacy Act brings 4 comments, more technical proposals

The California Attorney General public comment tour on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations came to the California State University San Marcos to hear from concerned organizations and companies.  About 40 people were in attendance, but only 6 offered comments.   While the numbers were not overwhelming, the comments were more specific and technical than … Continue reading San Diego public comment on California Consumer Privacy Act brings 4 comments, more technical proposals

Silicon Valley CCPA Public Comment Hearing Yields Few Comments, But Offers Insight Into Challenges

The California Attorney General’s office kicked off its tour of public comment hearings on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in San Francisco on January 8. While over 100 people attended, only 14 shared any comment or input. Representatives taking comment requested that any input include the following points. • Categories of Personal Info and … Continue reading Silicon Valley CCPA Public Comment Hearing Yields Few Comments, But Offers Insight Into Challenges

FTC releases cybersecurity resource guide for non-profits and small businesses

Lachman Law blog shares FTC cybersecurity resources for small businesses and nonprofits

How to Perform a Delaware Entity Search

A Delaware entity search is used to look up a company name in Delaware and make sure the name isn’t already used by another company. However, before getting started, it is important to understand why businesses choose to incorporate in Delaware to begin with.

Andrew Lachman moderates GGU Legal Tech Summit panel on lawyer cybersecurity

Andrew Lachman moderated a panel on lawyer cybersecurity and starting your own firm at the Golden Gate University School of Law Legal Tech Summit in San Francisco with noted digital rights attorney Marcia Hoffman and California State Bar Law Practice Management and Technology Section Chair Jeff Bennion.

The intermediary liability pitfalls of choosing UK law vs. US law for content processors and providers.

With common language and common cultural roots, many U.S. content providers and content management system operators are building relationships with content distributors and providers in the United Kingdom.  When the issue of choice of law comes up, many American companies don't give much thought to agree to UK law.  After all, UK courts require the … Continue reading The intermediary liability pitfalls of choosing UK law vs. US law for content processors and providers.

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