The Surge: Strategies for Managing New Employee, Contracting and Other Privacy Obligations in 2023
Arnold & Porter’s experienced Transactional, Labor & Employment, and Privacy practice attorneys will navigate the new and far-reaching obligations imposed under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) before they take effect in the new year. Starting January 1, 2023, businesses will be expected to comply with a wide array of new obligations under the CCPA, as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). One obligation of particular urgency is the duty to respond to employees and business-to-business contacts who exercise their new rights to access, delete and otherwise control their personal information. Moreover, new contracting provisions may impact some non-California businesses as companies begin updating their agreements to ensure that personal information is not being improperly sold or shared. These, and other new provisions, could have significant operational impacts on a wide swath of businesses.
The program reviewed the changes that take effect on January 1 and how businesses should prepare for compliance.