CCPA Enforcement Is Almost Upon Us! Are You Ready?

Get Your Business Ready to Comply with the Proposed Regs - Replay of June 30 Broadcast

On June 1, 2020, the Office of the California Attorney General filed its proposed Final Text of Regulations relating to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) with the California Office of Administrative Law. 

Pursuant to the California Administrative Procedure Act, the OAL has 30 days to review the AG’s documents to ensure compliance with rulemaking standards. This means the Regulations could become effective and enforceable by the July 1, 2020 deadline set forth in the CCPA.

Now is the time to fine-tune your CCPA compliance. 

This webinar qualifies for 1 hour of RMAI Certification credit.

NOTE: This webinar has no dial-in number and the broadcast can only be heard over your PC's speaker or with headphones.


Presented by


Eric Rosenkoetter | Principal | Maurice Wutscher LLP

Eric Rosenkoetter is a principal at Maurice Wutscher LLP, where he provides counsel to businesses and consumer financial services firms nationwide. For many years, he has focused his practice on various aspects of financial services law including litigation and as a compliance and transactional attorney, providing strategic, business growth, legislative, compliance and regulatory advice to national corporations and trade associations. Eric’s experience also includes working for a national corporation as Executive Counsel, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, and Director of Legislative Affairs, and as a federal lobbyist and Director of Government and Public Affairs for a national financial services trade association. In the government sector, Eric presided over approximately 6,000 state administrative hearings, served as a staff attorney for the Missouri Senate, and handled litigation in 33 counties as a regional managing attorney. Eric frequently speaks to audiences on topics relevant to the financial services industry including regulatory compliance, data privacy law and related advocacy initiatives.