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On December 18, 2020, the Office of the Comptroller of the Current (OCC), Federal Reserve Board (FRB), and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced an interagency notice of proposed rulemaking that would require supervised banking organizations to provide notification of significant computer security incidents to their primary federal regulator.  Under the proposed rule, for incidents

For our financial services clients interested in monitoring important federal and state legal developments, Ballard Spahr has launched a comprehensive, national tracking service designed to serve the needs of specific segments of the consumer financial services industry.

Beginning January 2, 2021, Ballard is pleased to offer three new federal and state trackers, which are available

In this podcast, we discuss the latest modifications to the proposed CCPA regulations with Lauren Valenzuela, Corporate Counsel for Performant Financial, a provider of technology-based solutions to assist debt recovery.  Our discussion covers topics relevant to the debt industry, including the potential impact for debt collectors and other service providers indirectly collecting consumer data; changes

On February 7, 2020, the California Attorney General’s (AG) Office released modifications to the proposed regulations to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).  The modifications incorporate amendments to the CCPA signed into law after the AG’s Office issued the proposed regulations in October 2019.  The modifications also reflect public comments made during the initial comment

In this podcast, we discuss the key aspects of the recently-proposed regulations to implement the CCPA, identify issues clarified by the proposal or left unresolved, compliance challenges raised by CCPA requirements for financial incentives and consumer requests received by large businesses, next steps (including the likely timeline for final regulations and enforcement), and activity in

The California Attorney General’s Office released its long-awaited proposed CCPA regulations last week.  The proposed regulations are 24 pages long, and address a number of important technical compliance issues including how businesses should:

  • provide just in time notice to consumers of personal information collected;
  • provide notice to consumers of the right to opt out of

The CCPA takes effect on Jan. 1, 2020.  In this podcast, we take a close look at the CCPA’s coverage and unique features, the scope of its “GLBA exemption,” third party issues, private actions and enforcement remedies, federal privacy law initiatives and the CCPA’s influence on state initiatives, and steps for companies facing CCPA compliance.