Data privacy and data protection are legal concepts that are increasingly driving enterprise decision-making. Today’s business lawyer is faced with a daunting landscape of laws and technology that require a skill-set that goes beyond interpreting statutes and case law.
In this course, we will analyze the chief differences between the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and California’s pending California Consumer Protection Act (“CCPA”). Our goal is to provide the business attorney, regardless of jurisdiction, the understanding of fundamental definitions that ultimately drive the differences in the two respective sets of laws.
With that understanding, we will also discuss recent changes that affect lawyer’s professional responsibility obligations and how all these different ethical, legal, and business landscapes require an enhanced set of “data sense-making” skills for today’s attorney.
Salvador Orofino, a native of Seattle, Washington, focuses on assisting the entrepreneurial lifecycle and
sustainable business practices. After extensive training and professional experience in the field of
international trade, Salvador’s focus narrowed to assisting domestic small to medium sized businesses
operate with more protection. He advises on corporate law, general in-house counsel, wealth
preservation techniques, and real property law with an emphasis on sustainability and procurement.
Salvador also has developed a unique athlete practice where strategic counsel on business management
is tailored for the athlete and his/her family.
Insightful presentation. Helpful for those who work with data issues regularly.
Program was useful on several levels.
Excellent business-centric view of GDPR and CCPA! Not a lot of legal mumbo jumbo, much more in the language of a corporate executive. Great job.
Very well done and appreciate the thoughtful content couldn't be better.
One of the best courses I taken on Lawline.