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New Law Expands California Consumer Privacy Rights and Protections

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Any organization that conducts business in the state of California, collects or processes personal information, and meets one or more select criteria should assess their compliance with the California Privacy Rights Act, set to take effect on January 1, 2023. Failure to comply may subject companies to enforcement actions and stiff fines and penalties by regulators.

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New Jersey Law Journal Publishes Stutz on Workplace Law Expansion Under Biden

Laura Stutz (Of Counsel-Florham Park, NJ) authored “Promises Made to Be Delivered: Expansion of Protections and Enforcement Under Biden Administration” for the August 18, 2021, edition of the New Jersey Law Journal. Laura focuses on how regulatory actions and leadership changes at key employment-related federal agencies, such as the Department of Labor (DOL), indicate President Biden intends to make good on his promises to improve employment protections for workers.

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