The Litigator’s Handbook: Answers to the Top 50 FAQs Concerning Litigation and the CCPA
When the CCPA was enacted, BCLP published a series that addressed companies’ most frequently asked questions concerning the CCPA. The series contributed to JD Supra naming BCLP as the 2019 “Top” law firm in the area of Data Collection & Data Use (i.e., data privacy), and Lexology naming BCLP the top “Legal Influencer” in the area of United States Technology, Media, and Telecommunications law (which includes data privacy).
One of the greatest areas of confusion caused by the CCPA is the potential litigation issues arising from the Act. In order to address that topic, we collected our Top 50 FAQs that dealt with this issue and published a “handbook” that discussed the impacts on litigation resulting from the CCPA.
We have updated that handbook to account for changes to the CCPA (amendments to the Act in late 2019) and to address additional questions that arose since it was originally published. As always, we hope that it is a benefit to the privacy and legal community as they wrestle with the complexities of the Act. You can find a copy of the handbook here.
This document provides a general summary and is for information/educational purposes only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, nor does it constitute legal advice. Specific legal advice should always be sought before taking or refraining from taking any action.