16 July 2019

A Closer Look at California Privacy Law Bar on Two Contract Clauses

*This article first appeared in Law360 on July 8, 2019

In September of 2018, California passed a significant new consumer privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, which is the first U.S. law to regulate how businesses with a presence in California collect, share, and use consumer data. The CCPA not only imposes significant compliance obligations on companies conducting business with California residents but also incentivizes class action litigation through both the CCPA’s private right of action and California’s Unfair Competition law.

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