California Association of Collectors Sponsored Webinar
Topic: Somebody's Watching Me: What You Need to Know About the California Consumer Privacy Act
This second in a series of 2019 CAC Debt Collection courses is a 60 minute lunch time webinar. The panel will address the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) which becomes effective January 1, 2020.
- Learn how to prepare for the January 1st deadline.
- Panelists will cover the portions of the CCPA that apply to the collection industry so you can be compliance ready.
- Learn what to do with the information you have now.
- Know what information you will need to have at your fingertips should you get contacted by a consumer.
- Discover your liability risk if you violate the CCPA.
The California Consumer Privacy Act Webinar was held on Tuesday, September 24th from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST.
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About the Panelists
Carlson & Messer LLP
Ms. Coleman, a preeminent AV rated attorney, litigates cases in state and federal court Ms. Coleman also has appellate experience at both the federal and state levels, including drafting amicus briefs to the US Supreme Court.
Ms. Coleman has a wide range of experience in professional malpractice defense; complex civil litigation, including class actions; commercial litigation; creditors rights; and defense of consumer rights actions, including FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA and call recording cases. Ms. Coleman has also represented attorneys sued for malpractice and similar claims, as well as disciplinary matters in front of the California State Bar. Ms. Coleman has also represented clients regarding compliance issues and audits, including issues arising under the CFPB and attorneys general.
Lauren Valenzuela is Compliance Counsel at Performant Recovery, Inc., where she advises on compliance with consumer protection laws, government regulation, licensing, litigation defense, and transactional matters.
Prior to joining Performant she was General Counsel and Director of Compliance for Collection Technology, Inc.
Lauren is an ACA certified Credit and Collection Compliance Attorney (CCCA), holds a FCRA Certificate for Data Furnishers from the Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA), has presented for ARM-U, American Collections Association (ACA) International, the Consumer Relations Consortium, and AccountsRecovery.Net. She has been recognized as a Top Women Leader in Accounts Receivable and was recently nominated for Receivables Professional of the Year by Receivables Advisor magazine.
She currently serves on ACA’s Federal Affairs Committee and sits on the steering committee for the Women in Consumer and Commercial Finance Conference. Lauren is a magna cum laude graduate from Syracuse University, College of Law, and is a member of the California State Bar.