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Data Privacy Series Part 3: Overview of Consumer Requests and Consent Management Image

Data Privacy Series Part 3: Overview of Consumer Requests and Consent Management

As businesses prepare for the rollout of new state privacy laws and the update to California’s comprehensive consumer privacy law that will all take effect in 2023, KO’s data privacy and security team recently launched a four-part educational video series to help businesses prepare to operate under the evolving patchwork…

Data Privacy Series Part 2: Practical Tips to Modify Your Privacy Policy Image

Data Privacy Series Part 2: Practical Tips to Modify Your Privacy Policy

As businesses prepare for the rollout of new state privacy laws and the update to California’s comprehensive consumer privacy law that will all take effect in 2023, KO’s data privacy and security team has launched a four-part educational video series to help businesses prepare to operate under the evolving patchwork…

KO Hosts Data Privacy Education Event Image

KO Hosts Data Privacy Education Event

State legislatures across the country have been proposing and enacting comprehensive privacy bills that will begin to take effect on January 1, 2023. Without a doubt, 2023 is guaranteed to be a foundational year for privacy compliance. On September 15, 2022, KO’s data privacy experts Chris Achatz, Erin Locker, Malia Rogers, and…

Preparing for a Data Breach: Five steps companies can take now to help prepare for security incidents and cyber events before they happen Image

Preparing for a Data Breach: Five steps companies can take now to help prepare for security incidents and cyber events before they happen

As the holiday season approaches, regulators and law enforcement continue to remind companies that cyber events are on the rise. Holidays and weekends, when offices are closed and employees are on break, can make businesses more susceptible to cyber attacks, including ransomware, phishing scams, data theft, DDoS attacks, and more.…

Privacy Law Roundup: Supreme Court Weighs in on TCPA, U.S. Privacy Legislation Updates Image

Privacy Law Roundup: Supreme Court Weighs in on TCPA, U.S. Privacy Legislation Updates

In this privacy law roundup: Supreme Court limits scope of the TCPA in in Facebook v. Duguid Decision Virginia passes the Consumer Data Protection Act, California appoints CPPA board members On the horizon: Multiple states and federal legislators consider new privacy legislation Supreme Court limits application of the TCPA Decision…

KO Law Firm is Hiring Attorneys and Other Positions Image

KO Law Firm is Hiring Attorneys and Other Positions

Koenig, Oelsner, Taylor, Schoenfeld & Gaddis PC (KO Law Firm) is growing. We are currently hiring for four positions: Contracts manager Paralegal Commercial attorney Life sciences attorney KO is an innovative corporate and commercial law firm with a team of experienced lawyers and a practical, efficient, business-focused approach. We have a…

KO Law Firm Promotes Data-Privacy Attorney Chris Achatz to Partner Image

KO Law Firm Promotes Data-Privacy Attorney Chris Achatz to Partner

Koenig, Oelsner, Taylor, Schoenfeld & Gaddis PC (KO Law Firm) has announced the promotion of Chris Achatz to partner, effective January 1, 2021. Chris’ practice focuses on structuring and negotiating complex technology and data-related transactions, including data privacy and security matters. Chris provides legal solutions to all types of businesses, ranging from startups to Fortune…

Webinar Recap: What the California Privacy Rights Act Means for Your Business Image

Webinar Recap: What the California Privacy Rights Act Means for Your Business

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which clarifies and expands the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), was passed by ballot initiative in the Nov. 3 General Election. The CPRA will amend the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the “CCPA”). Because of its significant expansion of the CCPA obligations, the…