While the world was quarantining, the privacy and data security world was busy. Now the California Consumer Privacy Act is in full swing with final regulations, the U.S./EU Privacy Shield is no longer valid, and the attorney-client privilege in data breaches has been challenged. With most purchases and interactions happening online, online businesses and virtual meeting spaces are in the crosshairs. Even your old trusty vendor agreement is at risk. All of these changes have significant implications for your clients and your practice, and it is easy to feel behind the curve. Your NCBA Privacy and Data Security Committee has your back! We’ve created a full day seminar (6 MCLE credits*) to get you up to speed. You’ll get ethics and technology credit as well. And with safety in mind, the seminar will be 100% virtual. If you are one of the first 30 people to sign up, you’ll receive a $65 discount. You can sign up here.
Hope to “see” you there!
*6.00 MCLE Hours Includes 1.00 Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.00 Technology Training Qualifies for NC State Bar Privacy & Information Security Law Specialization
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