Join us for an exclusive webinar on state data privacy legislation featuring David Stauss, a renowned privacy attorney and partner at Husch Blackwell. In this insightful session, Stauss will share his expertise on data privacy laws and regulations and offer practical advice for businesses to protect user data and mitigate risks.
In this informative session, Stauss will provide an overview of nine state data privacy laws including California, Virginia, Utah, Connecticut, Colorado, Iowa, Indiana, Tennessee, and Montana. He will also offer practical advice on how businesses can stay compliant with these laws and provide insights on how to develop a comprehensive data privacy program.
With the patchwork of state data privacy laws continuing to grow and evolve, it’s more important than ever for businesses to stay up-to-date on the latest regulations and requirements. Failure to comply with these laws can result in costly fines, legal action, and reputational damage.
Whether you’re a small business owner or a seasoned executive, this webinar is a must-attend event for anyone looking to enhance their understanding of data privacy and protect their business from potential legal and reputational risks. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the leading experts in the field and gain practical insights that you can apply to your own organization.
David Stauss is a Partner at Husch Blackwell, a leading law firm with twenty offices across the United States. Stauss is a frequent author and speaker on privacy and cybersecurity. He was selected as JD Supra’s top author in data privacy in 2022. He has been published and quoted in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Law, The Hill, U.S. News & World Report, CBS News, Cybersecurity Law Report, Law360, Security Magazine, Data Guidance, the IAPP’s Privacy Advisor, and Corporate Counsel. David is editor of the Byte Back blog – one of the leading law firm data privacy blogs in the U.S. He hosts the Data Privacy Unlocked podcast, which focuses on the development of U.S. privacy law.