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Asset Managers Should Prepare for the Expiration of Two Important Exemptions to the California Consumer Privacy Act

USA - November 18 2022 The California legislature recently adjourned its 2022 session without extending several exemptions from the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018…

Hilary Bonaccorsi, Daniel T. Murdock, Karen L. Neuman

Recent SEC Enforcement Actions Highlight SEC Focus on Adviser Fiduciary Duty When Recommending and Reviewing Account Types

USA - October 19 2022 The Securities and Exchange Commission recently brought two enforcement actions1 that highlight the SEC’s focus on the investment adviser fiduciary…

Sarah Sennett, David P. Bartels, Anthony S. Kelly, Mark D. Perlow, Ashley N. Rodriguez, Michael L. Sherman

California AG Throws A Stake in the Ground on “Sales” With $1.2 Million Fine

USA - August 24 2022 On August 24, 2022, California Attorney General (“CA AG”) Rob Bonta announced a settlement with Sephora USA, Inc. that includes a $1.2 million…

Timothy C. Blank, Hilary Bonaccorsi, Bailey E. Dervishi, Daniel T. Murdock, Karen L. Neuman, Brenda R. Sharton

Ready Set Go: California Privacy Protection Agency Previews Draft Regulations

USA - June 8 2022 Less than two months after the California Privacy Protection Agency (“CPPA” or “Agency”) formally took over rulemaking for the California Consumer…

Timothy C. Blank, Hilary Bonaccorsi, Bailey E. Dervishi, Daniel T. Murdock, Karen L. Neuman, Brenda R. Sharton

SEC Proposes New and Amended Cybersecurity Rules for Public Companies

USA - March 17 2022 On March 9, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) voted three-to-one to propose new and amended rules for public companies that are…

Timothy C. Blank, Daniel T. Murdock, Brenda R. Sharton