What's Next for Privacy and Data Security in 2021 and Beyond?

56 minute watch | January.27.2021

State governments for the past four years have filled the federal vacuum on privacy and data security. But under the Biden administration and a new Congress — unified under Democratic leadership for the first time in a decade — prospects for federal legislation are much stronger, as is the likelihood of more aggressive federal enforcement.

Orrick attorneys Jerry Buckley, Amanda Lawrence, Sasha Leonhardt, and Sherry Safchuk discussed anticipated developments in this area, and what companies and financial institutions can do to prepare for them.

Webinar filmed prior to the combination of Buckley and Orrick in 2023.

About the Series | Foresight 20/21: What to Expect in a Biden Administration

Webcasts in this series have followed ongoing developments and explored what a new administration could mean for:

  • Anti-money-laundering/Sanctions
  • Consumer arbitration
  • Examination best practices
  • Fair lending
  • Privacy
  • Non-U.S. domiciled companies
  • White collar criminal defense

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