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She Said Privacy/He Said Security

Mar 3, 2022

David Biderman is a Partner at Perkins Coie, where he leads the firm’s consumer products and services litigation subgroup and its food litigation industry group. David has represented clients in federal and state courts in California for over 40 years. With a focus on mass tort litigation and consumer class actions, he has litigated some of the most consequential food litigation matters in this emerging field. David has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” in Los Angeles and San Francisco and has published articles in the National Law Journal, the Los Angeles Daily Journal, and more. 

Dominique Shelton Leipzig is the Chair of Perkins Coie’s Global Data Innovation Team and the Co-chair of the firm’s ad tech privacy and data management practice. As a firm partner and attorney, she focuses on privacy data strategy, leveraging data, and avoiding litigation. Dominique pioneered the concept of data as a pre-tangible asset in what she calls our “post-data world.” She has trained over 18,000 professionals on the CCPA and also wrote the groundbreaking book, Implementing the CCPA: a Guide for Global Business.

In this episode…

Data and privacy issues aren’t confined to private companies anymore. They’re filtering their way into new laws and policies, and more and more states are defining legislation that could either protect or limit privacy and security.

So, what do these changes mean for your business? How do you stay up to date with new laws and policies? And, what do you need to do to remain compliant and protected in the evolving privacy industry?

In this episode of the She Said Privacy/He Said Security, hosts Justin and Jodi Daniels are joined by Dominique Shelton Leipzig and David Biderman from Perkins Coie to discuss current privacy litigation issues. They share their thoughts about states putting privacy issues on the docket this year, the privacy implications of the American Rescue Plan Act, and the up-to-date definitions of reasonable versus negligent extraction of data.