The Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Section presents
Regulatory Compliance and the State of Litigation in 2021
||Wednesday, February 24, 2021
||1:00 - 2:15 p.m.
The use of biometric technology over the last ten years has
boomed across nearly every industry. Although there are benefits
of such technology, lawmakers across the country have sought to
reign in the risks of abuse, including private rights of action and
financial penalties. While at times tricky for companies to navigate
the varying laws, compliance is not impossible. This CLE will
discuss how companies can comply with the evolving legal landscape
of biometric regulations, what companies face when they
don’t, and where the future of biometric regulation and litigation
• Increases in the use of Biometric Technology Across Various
• Overview of Present and Evolving Regulatory Framework and
How Companies Can Comply
• The State of Litigation and Key Issues to Watch on Appeal
• Noteworthy Settlements
• The Future of Biometric Regulation and Litigation
Eve-Lynn, Rapp Edelson
Event Code: G214502
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