California’s New Consumer Privacy Act and Its National Effect
The California Legislature passed a comprehensive privacy measure known as the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. This act establishes rights for consumers relative to knowing the personal information a business collects on them, grants a right to delete their personal information, dictates whether a business can sell their personal information, and prohibits discrimination in the offering and pricing of services based on the consumer’s exercising their rights. In this session, the act will be discussed, including its effect on the banking industry nationwide. Join us for this important webinar and learn about the requirements of the act and areas in which banks will need to comply.
- Learn how this act quickly advanced through the legislative process and became law.
- Explore the details of the act and potential compliance challenges associated with the act.
- Discover additional legislative and regulatory actions on the horizon that will further revise the act.
SVP, Director of Government Relations
California Bankers Association
Kevin Gould joined the California Bankers Association (CBA) in 2004, bringing with him more than seven years of legislative experience. In his role as senior vice president and director of government relations, he oversees the management and operation of CBA’s state and federal government relations department and also serves as one of CBA’s three registered lobbyists. Mr. Gould oversees CBA’s State Government Relations Committee and Federal Government Relations Committee and internal policy committees, who provide expertise and directives that guide the priorities of the association’s government advocacy program. Mr. Gould is a member of the 2009 graduating class of the Pacific Coast Banking School.
Morrison & Foerster Financial Services Litigation Practice Group
Nancy Thomas is a member and former co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Financial Services Litigation Practice Group. She is a consumer class action and enforcement lawyer who represents financial services companies in court and in administrative proceedings. Ms. Thomas has represented banks, credit card issuers, mortgage lenders and servicers, and other financial services companies in high-stakes litigation in state and federal courts across the country, and in investigations and enforcement actions brought by the CFPB, the DOJ, the FDIC, and the California Department of Business Oversight.
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