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Aleksandra Rybicki is an Associate in Vedder Price’s Washington, DC office, and a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment group.

Ms. Rybicki focuses her practice on litigation, antitrust counseling, merger clearance, and government investigations. She represents corporations in merger and civil antitrust investigations by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission in all stages of investigations.  Ms. Rybicki also advises clients in complex commercial disputes at the trial and appellate levels in state and federal courts throughout the country.

Business man on laptopThanks to statutory amendments and regulatory changes, compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) continues to be a moving target. As Vedder Price previously reported, the CCPA, effective January 1, 2020, gave consumers new tools and rights for protecting their data privacy.  In October 2020, the California Attorney General (“AG”) approved the “final” set of regulations interpreting the requirements of the CCPA, discussed here. Then in December 2020, the AG proposed some modifications to the regulations in response to comments about the previous set of proposed CCPA modifications.

Recently, on March 15, 2021, the AG announced that the Office of Administrative Law approved the AG’s proposed changes to the CCPA regulations. These newly approved regulations strengthen the language of the CCPA by making three changes relating to the right to opt out of sales and one change to authorized agent requests. Thus, companies that are focused on CCPA compliance should review these regulations with fresh eyes to make sure they are still compliant.

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