The Chambers USA 2020 lawyer rankings have been released for Privacy & Data Security. The team is once again Band 1 for Privacy & Data Security for the 9th consecutive year and made the spotlight table for Privacy & Data Security: Healthcare.
On Wednesday April 15, Hogan Lovells and Ankura hosted a webinar about the impact of the GDPR and CCPA on cookies and similar AdTech tracking technologies. James Denvil from Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity practice was joined by senior directors from Ankura to share best practices and perspectives. The webinar recording and slides are now available on our blog.
During this webinar, Hogan Lovells attorneys discussed the latest developments on consumer financial issues and how you can steer your organization in today’s rapidly changing COVID-19 environment and beyond. The webinar recording and slides are now available on our blog.
Please join us on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 for a one-hour webinar discussion during which Partners from Hogan Lovells will provide a general overview of data class actions in the United States, Europe, Mexico, and Russia.
Join Hogan Lovells and Ankura on April 15, to learn about the impact of the GDPR and CCPA on cookies and similar AdTech tracking technologies. James Denvil from Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity practice by senior directors from Ankura to share best practices and their perspectives.
On March 19 and 30, partners from the Employment and Privacy and Cybersecurity practice areas hosted webinars addressing issues that clients are facing as they respond to the global coronavirus pandemic. The webinar recordings and slides are now available on our blog.
Please join us on Monday, March 30 for a webinar discussion with attorneys from Hogan Lovells’ Employment practice to address employment issues that our clients are facing due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
Please join us on Thursday, March 19 for a one-hour webinar discussion during which Partners from Hogan Lovells’ Employment and Privacy and Cybersecurity practices will be making some global observations on employment issues our clients are facing and highlighting the specific impact coronavirus is having for employers, including with respect to data privacy.
On Tuesday, 3 March 2020, we welcomed our financial services clients in London to a lively panel event, which covered the multitude of issues which arise in a cybersecurity incident. Using a hypothetical case study, revealed in a series of short animations, Hogan Lovells partners Philip Parish, Arwen Handley, Nicola Fulford and Peter Marta considered topics such as good cyber incident preparedness, board responsibility, data issues, regulatory notifications, litigation and regulatory enforcement risk, liaison with law enforcement, and follow-up steps, and answered questions covering the legality of ransom payments to the perpetrators of cyberattacks and insurance for cyber incidents. This post summarizes key messages of the event.
On March 11, the Word Health Organization officially characterized the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak as a pandemic. During the outbreak, many employers around the world are seeking to prioritize the well-being and safety of their employees by asking them to work remotely instead of risking exposure while commuting and working in populated office spaces. Organizations need to take into account increased risks to the security of their networks, systems, and data during this time.
On March 11, The California Attorney General released a second set of modifications to the proposed regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act. These modifications update the initial draft regulations published on October 11, 2019 as well as the first set of modified draft regulations published on February 10, 2020. The second set of modifications contain a small number of impactful changes, which we summarize in this post.
On February 20, the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team addressed key changes in the California Attorney General’s modified draft CCPA regulations. The webinar recording and slides are now available on our blog.
Please join us on Thursday, February 20 for a webinar discussion with Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity partners to address key changes in the California Attorney General’s modified draft CCPA regulations.
Please join us on Thursday, February 27 for a webinar discussion with Hogan Lovells attorneys Michelle Kisloff, Michael Maddigan, Adam Cooke, and Vassi Iliadis about the CCPA’s litigation impact and strategies for defending your interests.
Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that our Privacy and Cybersecurity practice has been named a “Practice Group of the Year” by Law360. Our market-leading global Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice was recognized for its work on multiple headline-grabbing matters
We are announcing the launch today of Privacy 2040, Hogan Lovells’ initiative aimed at shaping the future of privacy and cybersecurity frameworks and practices to support innovation and protect humanity. It’s a big aim, so this is an ambitious, long-term project. Let us explain.
Please join us on Thursday, January 9 for a webinar discussion with Hogan Lovells attorneys Mark Brennan, Arpan Sura, and Kathryn Marshall Ali of how changes in robocall legislation may impact your compliance efforts.
Please Join us on Thursday, November 14 for a webinar discussion with Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity partners Mark Brennan and Tim Tobin of how changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enacted over the past year and the California Attorney General’s proposed regulations may impact your CCPA compliance efforts.
On October 17, 2019, the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team discussed key elements of the California Attorney General’s proposed regulations implementing certain provisions of the California Consumer Privacy Act. The webinar recording and slides are now available on our blog.
Join us in November at the IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2019 as well as other events where we will discuss the future of privacy, international issues, as well as how to protect your financial institution from a cyber incident. We hope you can join us.
Please join Hogan Lovells on October 17 for a webinar discussion of the much-anticipated proposed CCPA regulations released by the California Attorney General. The Hogan Lovells team will discuss the proposed requirements and how they would impact privacy notices, individual rights, financial incentive programs, and contracting strategies. We will also discuss steps you can take to develop reasonable and defensible CCPA compliance strategies by January 1, 2020.
October is full of exciting events where we will share insights on the CCPA, cyber incident response preparedness, data transfers, and more. We hope you can join us!
Join members from our award-winning Privacy and Cybersecurity practice at this week’s IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019 conference in Las Vegas. We hope to see you at one of our sessions listed below.
Join us on Thursday 19 September for the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity KnowledgeShare in London. We will share our latest thinking on the key privacy and cybersecurity issues faced by those with data protection responsibilities within organisations. Our all-day event will cover a lot of ground through incisive quick-fire presentations, Q&A panels and hands-on workshops.