Cite as: Privacy compliance and litigation in California (Cal CEB 2008)
Oakland, Calif. : Continuing Education of the Bar--California, c2008-
volumes (loose-leaf) : forms ; 26 cm + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.)
Formatted Contents Note
Challenges of privacy compliance and litigation Common law and Constitutional privacy protection Information security and security breach Internet and electronic privacy Marketing and sales regulation Financial data privacy Health information privacy Workplace privacy International personal data protection and transborder transfers Identity theft Global jurisdiction over privacy, breach of security, and Internet activity claims Privacy before and during litigation.
"This book is designed to help California lawyers meet the challenges of representing clients in our new electronic age. The book sets out the state and federal privacy laws and regulations that govern a variety of activities, such as marketing to potential customers, providing financial services, and interviewing prospective employees. It analyzes what businesses must do to meet these privacy related legal obligations and what remedies are available to individuals or entities if they do not. The book outlines international law requirements and jurisdictional considerations that become increasingly important as international commerce and Internet use increase."--Preface, p. ix.
Includes forms on accompanying CD-ROM. "BU-33930." Includes index.
Also available online.
System Details Note
System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: MS Word, or WordPerfect.