Clark Hill Attorney Leslie Bender Published in InsideARM
Clark Hill attorney Leslie Bender was recently published in InsideARM.
After over a year of studying California’s Consumer Privacy Act and its impact, Virginia is poised to be the second state to pass its own version – to be known as the Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) with an expected effective date of January 1, 2023. A handful of other states have similar bills pending at this time. Virginia’s law, like California’s, authorizes the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Attorney General to be its enforcer. Unlike California’s CCPA, Virginia’s law expressly prohibits lawsuits by private individuals.
Read Bender’s full article, “Virginia Expected to Become the Second State to Pass a CCPA,” here.
Bender counsels financial services and healthcare clients on a broad range of privacy, data security, and consumer financial protection laws relying upon her strategic and legal experience as a general counsel.
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