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California Consumer Privacy Act

Overview

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) requires businesses that do business in California and meet certain criteria to provide their California consumers, employees, and job applicants with new privacy rights that give them more control over the personal information that businesses collect about them. 

Fisher Phillips’ CCPA Task Force helps businesses comply with every aspect of the most expansive privacy measure in the United States. Our attorneys guide businesses nationwide, providing tailored plans to mitigate the risk of litigation and exposure to costly fines, and to lawfully safeguard sensitive information. The team includes lawyers in Fisher Phillips’ California offices and across the country from Fisher Phillips’ Data Security and Workplace Privacy Practice.

How We Can Help

  • Determining whether the CCPA applies to your business
  • Advising on all steps necessary for compliance, and providing templates
  • Preparing or revising online privacy policies and notices to employees and consumers
  • Preparing data security policies and incident response plans
  • Advising on security-related steps for compliance, including vetting vendors’ security measures
  • Preparing, reviewing and revising CCPA-related contract amendments
  • Advising on responses to consumer requests
  • Defending against litigation and/or enforcement actions

We help with all aspects of the CCPA, including both employee/job applicant data issues and those involving consumers. We are your one and last stop for CCPA compliance.

Our Clients Include:

  • Auto and RV dealerships
  • Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs)
  • Staffing agencies
  • HR consulting firms
  • Banks and financial services institutions
  • Law firms
  • Gaming establishments
  • Restaurant groups (chains, franchises, etc.)
  • Hotels and hospitality groups
  • Fitness clubs & gyms
  • Retailers
  • Online / e-commerce businesses
  • Healthcare providers and vendors
  • Manufacturers
  • Distributors & suppliers
  • Construction businesses
  • Energy & gas businesses
  • Transportation businesses
  • Property management companies

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