Evolving US Data Privacy

Evolving US Data Privacy Laws at NAMWOLF: Data Privacy Education

Evolving US data privacy laws are evolving much more rapidly in 2023! And this KLDiscovery session at the NAMWOLF conference will discuss that!

The National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF), founded in 2001, is a nonprofit trade association comprised of minority and women owned law firms and other interested parties throughout the United States.

The 2023 NAMWOLF Annual Meeting & Virtual Law Firm Expo is being conducted in Baltimore this week, started yesterday and runs through Wednesday – side note, it maybe the coolest conference logo I’ve seen all year!

If you are attending the NAMWOLF annual meeting this week, KLDiscovery is sponsoring a CLE session (Evolving US Data Privacy Laws: Where We’re Headed and the Potential Impacts) tomorrow at 11:05 am ET. The session will cover topics including:

  • How changing laws impact cyber incident response and eDiscovery
  • The link between data privacy laws and breach notification laws
  • How technology is changing the landscape
  • The impact on commerce crossing state borders

Speakers for the session are:

  • Eric Robinson, VP, Global Advisory Services & Strategic Client Solutions, KLDiscovery
  • Josh Stevens, Partner, Mac Murray & Shuster
  • Daniel Fisher, Director, Digital & Data

When I said evolving US data privacy laws are evolving much more rapidly in 2023, I wasn’t kidding! Iowa, Indiana, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, Oregon and Delaware have all passed data privacy laws this year!

Click here to learn more about the CLE presentation tomorrow at 11:05 am ET and about KLDiscovery’s participation in this year’s NAMWOLF conference! And check out the full NAMWOLF agenda here!


So, what do you think? Are you looking to understand the impacts of evolving US data privacy laws and attending NAMWOLF this week? Check out this CLE session! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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