US privacy updates: How to comply with complex US privacy regulations

1 hour | March 9, 2023

Five comprehensive state privacy laws are set to enter into effect in 2023 creating a complex patchwork of privacy requirements for organizations to contend with. On top of that, legislators across the US have started the year by introducing, and reintroducing, privacy bills to the table for discussion.

With each state taking varying approaches to consumer privacy, you and your privacy team will need to understand and operationalize all these new requirements.

Join us as we take a closer look at the most prominent areas of US privacy compliance that you should focus on this year and discuss how to mature your approach to Privacy and Data Governance best practices.


Key Takeaways

  • Understand legislative developments on the horizon across the US
  • Become familiar with your compliance obligations
  • Discuss the operational impact of these new laws



1:00 pm ET | Introductions
1:05 pm ET | Session
1:50 pm ET | Q&A

Featured speakers

David Stauss

Husch Blackwell

Lori Bellows

Head of Global Privacy
Operations & Chief Counsel for Global Data

Yasmin Hinds

Global Privacy Director
Pontoon Solutions

Imran Ahmad

Chair of the Technology, Privacy and Cyber Practice
Norton Rose Canada LLP

Tara Cho

Partner, Chair of Privacy and Cybersecurity Team
Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP

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