Privacy policies should be carefully drafted to comply with an array of state and federal regulations.
We have years of experience in navigating the ever growing patchwork of state and federal privacy laws that are applicable to websites and mobile apps.
Recent FTC and state Attorney General regulations have mandated privacy policies for all mobile apps, and they have also recommended best practices for app developers for when to provide additional notice about personal data collection. We ensure that your company stays abreast all of the new regulations and recommended best practices.
Defending ADA Claims
By Liana Chen | February 22, 2021
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) historically applied to physical businesses open to the public. However, the ADA’s requirements have now been routinely enforced against online businesses and all different
Do You Need A Cookie Notice
By Liana Chen | February 06, 2021
Privacy laws are continuing to emerge. This includes privacy laws necessitating the use of cookie notices. Because laws are often complex even for attorneys, and because inquiries into privacy matters
How to Get Consumer Consent Under Advertising and Privacy Laws
By transom | August 24, 2020
Multiple advertising and privacy laws outline requirements for getting consumer consent to use personal information, including for marketing or other purposes. While many companies realize that inadequate user consent increases
How to Bind Users to Website Terms of Service
By transom | August 18, 2020
Website terms of service, which often include arbitration provisions with class-action waivers, are often of critical importance to businesses transacting online. However, these online agreements are essentially meaningless if businesses
California’s New Sweeping Privacy Law is Effective January 1, 2020
By transom | November 08, 2019
Now is the Time to Get Compliant. California passed what many describe as the most sweeping and comprehensive consumer privacy law in the country. The law is called the California