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Rebecca Stephens counsels clients on developing and implementing sound employment policies, conducting workplace investigations, and administering separations from employment. She also represents employers in a wide range of matters in both federal and state courts, including wage and hour disputes and wrongful termination, retaliation, and discrimination cases.


California employers collectively breathed a sigh of relief when the state legislature delayed most of the California Consumer Privacy Act’s (CCPA) application to them until 2021. However, there’s not much time to relax: two significant CCPA provisions took effect in 2020, and the legislature is expected to pass an employer-specific data privacy law this year.

To ensure compliance with the provisions taking effect this year, and prepare for what may be coming next year, covered employers should consider taking the following steps now:
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