The new year is here, and with it comes five new state-level comprehensive consumer privacy laws.  The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which amends and expands the CCPA, Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA), Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA), and Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) will all take effect in 2023.  Use the links below to access Redgrave LLP’s analyses of the upcoming regulations to learn how the laws apply to your organization and what you can do to prepare.

The CPRA Will Soon Amend And Supplement The CCPA, Adding New Requirements Applicable To Covered Businesses With California Employees.  Is Your Organization Prepared? 

Utah Becomes The Fourth State To Enact Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Legislation

Connecticut Becomes the Fifth State to Enact a Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Law 

The Devil is in the Details: Key Differences in U.S. Data Privacy Laws 

The Devil is in the Details – Part II: Consumer Rights Under U.S. Data Privacy Laws 

The Devil Is In The Details – Part III: Exemptions Within U.S. State Data Privacy Laws