Pepperdine Law Review’s 2019 Symposium: General Data Protection & California Consumer Privacy Act

Today’s regulatory landscape presents challenges for public and private entities. Private actors are often faced with conflicting, ambiguous, or altogether absent regulatory frameworks. Is it possible for them to overcome these challenges while delivering the creativity and innovation the marketplace demands? How can government regulators and legislators avoid stifling opportunity, function more efficiently, and enact and enforce sensible and effective regulatory schemes?

Pepperdine Law Review’s 2019 Symposium, in partnership with the Regulatory Transparency Project, explored these vital questions from both the academic and practical perspectives. The first panel of the symposium focused on the General Data Protection and California Consumer Privacy Act.

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As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.

Donald J. Rosenberg

Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary

Qualcomm


Thomas Hazlett

H.H. Macaulay Endowed Professor of Economics

Clemson College of Business


Matthew R. A. Heiman

General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Waystar Health and

Senior Fellow and Director of Planning, National Security Institute


Justin “Gus” Hurwitz

Assistant Professor of Law and Co-Director of Space, Cyber, and Telecom Law Program

University of Nebraska College of Law


Chris Riley

Director, Public Policy

Mozilla


Anna Hsia

Head of West Coast Office

ZwillGen


Federalist Society’s Pepperdine Student Chapter

Pepperdine Law Review

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