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A major cosmetics retailer made headlines late last year when they were assessed a $1.2 million fine for failure to comply with provisions of the California Consumer Privacy Act. While California was the first state in the U.S. to enact sweeping privacy legislation, others have followed suit, and close to two dozen states have already enacted or are currently considering legislation. Complying with privacy legislation is mandatory for companies, and even if you don't consider yourself a privacy attorney, there's a good chance you're still who clients will turn to for advice. To help you keep up with the ever-changing landscape of privacy protections, Heather Antoine of Stubbs Alderton will answer questions such as:
- What do most privacy laws protect or prohibit, and what are the outliers?
- How should attorneys advise clients regarding compliance?
- What future legislation—state or federal—seems likely, and what might that mean for businesses?

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Partner at Stubbs Alderton & Markiles
Heather A. Antoine is a Partner and Chair of Stubbs Alderton & Markiles’s Trademark & Brand Protection practice group and Co-Chair of the Privacy & Data Security practice group. Heather is focused on guiding businesses through the ever-expanding maze of privacy laws, both domestically and internationally. This includes compliance with specific privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act, the General Data Protection Regulation, and the Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act. She also works with companies to design and strengthen their privacy and data security policies and practices, to help prevent data breaches, and to minimize the risks associated therein. Heather’s practice also focuses on protecting a company’s intellectual property; a fundamental feature of every business. Heather frequently speaks and writes about IP, Internet, tech, and privacy issues.