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Data Privacy Law


Since the groundbreaking launch of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”) in 2018, jurisdictions everywhere have sought to place limitations on how businesses process personal data. The laws vary by jurisdiction but for the largest part tend to give consumers (i.e. data subjects) more control over how businesses store and process their data.


As this field continues to evolve, prudent businesses should review their compliance and analyze their practices. Data breaches, especially in California, might become an expensive liability, particularly when a business has not documented its efforts or adhered to best practices.


Joe has reviewed and drafted privacy policies. He has reviewed, drafted and advised on dozens of data protection addendums both pursuant to the GDRP and the California Consumer Privacy Act. His assistance of digital businesses is a cornerstone of his law practice.

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