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Feb. 7, 2020

You say you want a (data privacy) regulation

Still-pending regulations leave doubt as to what the new California Consumer Privacy Act means for covered businesses.

John W. Berry

Partner, Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP

350 S Grand Ave
Los Angeles , CA 90071


University of Virginia School of Law

John is a former SEC Enforcement Division senior officer who focuses on SEC and other white collar matters, cybersecurity issues, as well as securities-related and other high-stakes commercial litigation.

Grant A. Davis-Denny

Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP

350 S Grand Ave Fl 50
Los Angeles , CA 90071-1560

UCLA School of Law

Though the landmark data privacy law - California's Consumer Privacy Act - has officially taken effect, certainty as to how it will be applied and enforced remains lacking, as regulations attending the law are still being worked out.

Experts in the area John W. Berry and Grant A. Davis-Denny (Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP) join the podcast to discuss remaining ambiguities in the new law, and how (and when) regulatory guidance may resolve them.


Brian Cardile

Rulings Editor, Podcast Host, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reporter

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