Thursday, February 25, 2021
Noon - 1:00 p.m. ET

California voters recently approved the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA). This new privacy law significantly expands California residents’ privacy rights beyond those previously created by the California Consumer Privacy Act. This presentation discusses the new and expanded privacy rights afforded by the CPRA, the clarifications it provides to existing privacy law, and action items for businesses subject to the CPRA. In comparing the CPRA to the existing landscape of U.S. privacy law, this presentation addresses the immediate and future privacy implications for companies that do business in California.


1.0 hours of CLE pending in OH, PA, TX, CA

Our presenters:

Christopher Ingram
Chris is a partner in the Vorys Columbus office.  He
 also counsels clients on preparing for and responding to data breaches. In this area, his experience includes preparing customized incident response plans and advising on cybersecurity issues related to or arising from compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) to directing breach investigations and defending against class action litigation and regulatory inquiries related to data breaches.  Chris has given presentations on a variety of topics related to privacy and data security to professional and industry associations.

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Gretchen Rutz
Gretchen is an associate in the Vorys Columbus office and a member of the technology and intellectual property group. She is also a part of the firm’s privacy & data security practice. Prior to joining Vorys, Gretchen was a judicial extern for the Ohio Supreme Court, performing legal research, editing drafts for majority and dissenting opinions, and drafting memoranda analyzing discretionary and certified conflict appeals. She also has experience conducting legal research, drafting memoranda, and advising clients on the application of the GDPR as a legal extern for the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.