Businesses subject to the CCPA and that have California employees or deal with other California companies will need to engage in substantial efforts to update their privacy programs. We outline some of the necessary steps on Husch Blackwell’s Byte Back blog: https://www.bytebacklaw.com/2022/09/california-legislature-fails-to-extend-ccpa-employee-and-b2b-data-exemptions/#more-4025

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Photo of Owen Davis Owen Davis

Owen assists employers across industry sectors – from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations – to identify changing workplace law at a local, state and federal level. He offers legal guidance on employment agreements, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and other human resources issues.

Owen assists employers across industry sectors – from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations – to identify changing workplace law at a local, state and federal level. He offers legal guidance on employment agreements, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and other human resources issues. Owen also represents employers before state and federal courts as well as administrative agencies on matters related to discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and wage and hour violations.

Photo of Keith Ybanez Keith Ybanez

Keith represents clients in a wide range of labor and employment litigation matters. He is dedicated to working closely with clients in order to assess and analyze risk while executing appropriate and cost-effective strategies for all phases of litigation. While Keith has a…

Keith represents clients in a wide range of labor and employment litigation matters. He is dedicated to working closely with clients in order to assess and analyze risk while executing appropriate and cost-effective strategies for all phases of litigation. While Keith has a broad background in litigation, he chose to focus his practice on labor and employment because of the opportunities the area presented to offer preventative counsel outside of the courtroom.

Photo of Shelby Dolen Shelby Dolen

Clients and legal teams appreciate Shelby’s passion for the law as it relates to protecting technology and company assets. She regularly monitors and researches fast-changing consumer privacy laws, with the understanding that critical strategy and success for any business includes oversight of data…

Clients and legal teams appreciate Shelby’s passion for the law as it relates to protecting technology and company assets. She regularly monitors and researches fast-changing consumer privacy laws, with the understanding that critical strategy and success for any business includes oversight of data privacy policies and intellectual property portfolios.

Photo of David Stauss David Stauss

David is leader of Husch Blackwell’s privacy and cybersecurity practice group. He routinely counsels clients on responding to data breaches, complying with privacy laws such as GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act, and complying with information security statutes. He also represents…

David is leader of Husch Blackwell’s privacy and cybersecurity practice group. He routinely counsels clients on responding to data breaches, complying with privacy laws such as GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act, and complying with information security statutes. He also represents clients in data security-related litigation. David is certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals as a Privacy Law Specialist, Certified Information Privacy Professional (US), Certified Information Privacy Technologist, and Fellow of Information Privacy.