Powerpoint presentation 2020 Privacy Law Update_ The Impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

This interactive roundtable discussion will review the state of privacy compliance and explore the impact of the CCPA rollout and the lingering impact of GDPR.

Xavier Clark, Associate at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt. Xavier focuses on privacy, security and commercial contracting to help clients understand and comply with obligations for proper handling and use of data in day-to-day business operations. He advises on best practices and obligations under information privacy laws, including preparing privacy policies for websites and mobile applications, as well as advising clients on matters relating to cloud storage and other commonly used technologies in their websites. Xavier holds CIPP/US and CIPP/E.

Amanda Gratchner is a privacy attorney at IdeaLegal, a boutique business, privacy and intellectual property firm in Portland. She has been practicing in the area of data protection and privacy for over 15 years and counsels clients on the creation and development of global privacy compliance programs including the development of policies, procedures and training, and drafting and negotiating privacy and security and technology related agreements.  Amanda earned her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of California at Los Angeles.  She holds both CIPP/E (Europe) and CIPP/US (United States) certifications.

Andrew Migliore is the VP of Engineering and Security Officer at RADAR (https://www.radarfirst/com) designing and building secure SaaS and enterprise applications centered around a patented legal engine that automates the decisioning and notification process related to global data breach laws. Andrew comes from a strong entrepreneurial background including past work with Tripwire, Mentor Graphics, Context, Intergraph, and Fairchild Semiconductor.

Alex Wall is a privacy attorney who has practiced in-house at software companies including Adobe, Marketo, New Relic, and Radarfirst as well as at the law firm Fried Frank and in solo practice.  He focuses primarily in assisting businesses in understanding their obligations with respect to the expanding set of privacy laws that govern international data commerce and the application of privacy principles to product development.  Alex has a J.D. from the University of Maine, a law school noted for its privacy curriculum, and has a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Colby College.  He holds several IAPP certifications, including CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, and is a designated Fellow of Information Privacy from the IAPP.

When: Thursday, January 16, 2020  12:00 – 1:00 pm

Where: Kell’s Irish Restaurant & Pub, 112 SW 2nd Ave., Portland, OR 97204 (503) 227-4057


$27 for Technology Law section members (use coupon code STL20SM at checkout to receive discount)

$32 for other bar members and non-lawyers;

$23 for students (use coupon code STL20LS at checkout to receive discount).

This cost includes lunch.

MCLE Credit: The Technology Law Section will apply for one (1) General CLE credit

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