Five new state privacy laws will take effect in 2023, representing almost 1 in 5 U.S. residents. Each law has its own requirements regarding disclosures to consumers, contractual language, and internal policies and assessments. Creating (or updating) these key deliverables is necessary to show compliance with all of the upcoming state privacy laws.
Join the legal experts at SixFifty to make sure your documents are in compliance for every state, and how you can enact policies today to make sure your organization is fully implemented.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Similarities and key differences between the comprehensive consumer privacy laws in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah and Virginia.
- How to draft privacy documents effectively without reduplicating effort.
- Further changes via regulation or amendment to keep an eye on, and how to keep your documents up to date.
General Counsel, VP of Legal Products @ SixFifty
Marie Kulbeth is a Co-Founder and General Counsel of SixFifty and the co-director of BYU LawX, a legal design lab dedicated to solving access to justice problems. Before SixFifty, Marie served as an assistant dean at BYU Law School, where she built a diversity recruiting program. Her work with SixFifty and LawX shows that law can be less complicated, and more equitable for both companies and individuals. On the Legal Products side of our business, Marie concentrates her focus on Privacy and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Legal Product Counsel @ SixFifty
Austin Smith works on data privacy issues for SixFifty, focusing on the CCPA/CPRA and the GDPR. Before joining SixFifty, he advised companies ranging from tech titans to small startups in his work at law firms. Austin also worked on Capitol Hill briefing members of Congress and their staff on privacy issues. Austin graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2013.