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Opinion: Where are the promised fixes to the new privacy law?

Opinion: Where are the promised fixes to the new privacy law?

One year ago, the California Legislature passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and then-Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law. Even at passage, the legislative leadership recognized its flaws – what some observers called an “unmitigated disaster in the making” – and committed to addressing its flaws in the year before it took effect in January of 2020.

Member News: Nixon Peabody Representing UC in Groundbreaking Patent Campaign

Member News: Nixon Peabody Representing UC in Groundbreaking Patent Campaign

A Nixon Peabody team is representing the University of California (UC) in a first-of-its-kind direct patent enforcement campaign against an entire industry to protect UC’s rights in the reinvention of the light bulb by a Nobel laureate-led research group at UC Santa Barbara.

A Night Out in Vallejo With CSUM President Tom Cropper

A Night Out in Vallejo With CSUM President Tom Cropper

CTC chief executive Matt Gardner attended a dinner hosted by CSU Maritime Academy President Tom Cropper Thursday night. President Cropper highlighted efforts by the Academy to invest in the community, expand opportunities for students, and continue the growth of the school.