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Christina Kroll

Christina Kroll

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Christina Kroll is an associate in the Litigation Department. Christina earned her J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she was the deputy chief articles editor of the Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs. During law school, Christina served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Alex Kozinski of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

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California Governor Signs All Pending CCPA-Related Bills Into Law

On October 11, 2019, the California Governor, Gavin Newsom, signed into law five CCPA-amending bills and an additional CCPA-related bill that were awaiting his signature. The CCPA, or the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, gives California consumers certain rights to learn about and control how a business within the CCPA’s scope handles the personal … Continue Reading

The “Meat on the Bones”: Attorney General Xavier Becerra Releases CCPA Implementing Regulations

On October 10, 2019, the California Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, announced at a press conference that his office has released proposed implementing regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). The text of the proposed regulations is available here. As background, the CCPA is a California privacy law that seeks to give California consumers the … Continue Reading

CCPA Legislative Round-Up: Winners and Losers

Businesses and California consumers are one step closer to understanding what their respective obligations and rights are under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the “CCPA”). The CCPA is California’s landmark legislation that seeks to give California consumers the rights to learn about and control certain aspects of how a business handles the personal … Continue Reading

CCPA: The California Senate is Not Ready to Expand the Consumer Right of Action

Senate Bill 561’s smooth sail through the California legislature came to an end on Thursday, May 16.  On the eve of the deadline for all fiscal committees to hear and report on the bills introduced in their house, the Senate Appropriations committee decided to hold the bill. Meaning, SB 561 will not pass out of … Continue Reading
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