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What You Need to Know About The California Privacy Law

CAC WEBINAR

February 25, 2020 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM PST

California Association of Collectors Sponsored Webinar
February 25, 2020
11:30 am – 12:45 pm PST

The California Consumer Privacy Act became operational as of January 1, 2020, leading the way for other privacy regulation across the U.S.

What does the California Privacy Law mean from a practical operations stand point for your accounts receivable business?

  • Do you need to give privacy notices to consumers?
  • What should the privacy notice contain?
  • Does your agency need a privacy policy? If so, where should that policy live?
  • How should your agency handle a request for information from a consumer?
  • How should you handle a request to delete information?

Panelists June Coleman of Messer Strickler LTD and Brit Suttell of Barron & Newburger, PC will cover these and more.

This California Privacy Law webinar was held on Tuesday, February 25th from 11:00 am – 12:45 pm EDT.

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The CAC discussed the CCPA in 2019 before the law became operative. Below are some highlights of what they discussed:

Preparing for CCPA Compliance
Consumer Rights in Debt Collection Under the CCPA
California Consumer Privacy Act Overview

About the Panelists
June Coleman
June Coleman
Messer Strickler LTD

June Coleman is a defense litigator with more than 20 years of experience representing local, state and national clients in complex civil litigation disputes before state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels.

Her areas of emphasis include defense of consumer rights actions, including litigation involving the FDCPA, the FCRA, and the TCPA as well as professional liability defense, class actions, commercial litigation, creditors’ rights, employment law, and litigation involving technology and electronic data. 

June is an accomplished author and a well-known presenter on matters regarding consumer protection laws. She speaks frequently, including on behalf of the California Association of Collectors.

June has been recognized by her peers in the Northern California Super Lawyers list and the Sacramento Business Journal’s Best of the Bar.  June has been recognized as a Top Women Leader in Accounts Receivable and one of 14 top attorneys in the receivables industry by Receivables Advisor magazine.  She was also recently nominated for Receivables Professional of the Year by Receivables Advisor magazine.

Brit Suttell
Brit Suttell
Barron & Newburger, PC

Brit Suttell works in the Pennsylvania office of Barron & Newburger, P.C. She is a member of the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Law Practice Group.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Suttell was a shareholder at Burton Neil & Associates, P.C., where she served as the firm’s Director of Compliance.

In addition to her litigation experience Ms. Suttell is experienced in the creation, implementation and administration of policies, procedures, and compliance management systems. Her non-litigation experience also includes the handling of regulatory complaints. She has substantial familiarity with multiple consumer financial protection laws, and she has trained collectors and facilitated law firm audits by clients in the financial sector.

She has been a speaker at programs sponsored by the National Creditors’ Bar Association as well as the Pennsylvania Creditors’ Bar Association. She is the President of the Pennsylvania State Creditors Bar, immediate past Parliamentarian for the National Creditors’ Bar Association and a current member of the National Creditors’ Bar Association’s Board of Directors.

Shawn Suhr
Shawn Suhr
Continental Credit Control

Shawn Suhr, a Santa Barbara native and a third generation member of the family repossession business, earned a degree in economics from the University of California while launching his 27 year career from the Continental Credit Control mailroom before moving onto collections, then operations to eventual co-ownership and current CEO.

Well versed in the ever-changing state and federal guidelines, Shawn actively pursues legislation protecting the rights of providers seeking their payment. Shawn sits on the board of governors for the California Association of Collectors and is a member of the DAKCS Advisory Board.