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US Data Privacy Legislations

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US Data Privacy Legislations

Especially relevant to all Digital Marketing and E-commerce Managers as well as DPO’S and Legal teams.

Currently, privacy laws are a cluttered mess of different sectoral rules. So it is vital to understand the varying state wide privacy legislations and how they will differ. Join us for this exciting panel discussion that brings together world renowned legal and data privacy experts under one roof to tackle the data privacy trends. This year, learn how to make data privacy your competitive advantage as you strengthen your brand and digital growth with direct insights from Consumer Reports, Reed Smith and Fox Rothschild LLP.

Key take-aways:

  • Address the most visible aspects of US privacy compliance
  • Refine your data driven marketing strategy beyond compliance and toward promoting consumer trust
  • Understanding the key comparisons and differences of data privacy legislations in each state
  • Comparison of US privacy legislation across sectors
  • Explaining of “Do not sell my information”, “Opt-in again”
  • How a CMP can allow for full compliance

¹the webinar partners are Reed Smith Law Firm, Fox Rothschild LLP, Consumer Reports



Gerry Stegmaier

Reed Smith’s Tech & Data Group

As a partner in Reed Smith’s Tech & Data Group, Gerry focuses his practice on corporate governance, intellectual property, Internet issues, cryptocurrency and digital assets especially as they relate to privacy, information security and consumer protection. An experienced and pragmatic litigator, Gerry focuses a significant part of his practice on prelitigation and advisory services relating to business strategy for privacy by design, data protection, intellectual property, and emerging technologies and markets, often acting as outside product counsel to leading innovators and disruptive technology companies.

Justin Brookman

Justin Brookman

Director, Consumer Privacy and Technology Policy, for Consumers Union
Consumer Reports

Justin Brookman is the Director, Consumer Privacy and Technology Policy, for Consumers Union, the policy and advocacy arm of Consumer Reports. In this new privacy role at CR, he will help the organization continue its groundbreaking work to shape the digital marketplace in a way that empowers consumers and puts their data privacy and security needs first. This work includes using CR research to identify critical gaps in consumer privacy, data security, and technology law and policy, as well as building strategies to expand the use and influence of the new Digital Standard  being developed by CR and partner

Kagan Odio

Odia Kagan

Partner, Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy
Fox Rothschild LLP

Over the past few years, Odia has assisted more than 80 companies, from U.S.-based multinationals to startups, on their path to compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). She leverages her transactional experience leading M&A and tech transactions as well as her ability to break down complex concepts into easy-to-understand action items to provide effective, ongoing counsel to clients in their day-to-day operations. Odia is certified as a Privacy Law Specialist (PLS) and  Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), designations that demonstrate significant achievements in and comprehensive knowledge of privacy and data protection law.

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