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[Webinar] California Compliance - How to Protect Employee Privacy in 2023

February 21st, 2023 | 1 min. read

By Combined Team

[Webinar] California Compliance - How to Protect Employee Privacy in 2023

In a day and age rooted in technology, it is increasingly important for employers to properly safeguard personal data and protect employee privacy. 

With data regulation on the rise, understanding the ins and outs of employee privacy is critical to compliance. 

Are your privacy policies in step with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)? 

Watch the recorded webinar to learn about the legal framework guiding California's mandated employer responsibilities for personal data collection, storage, sharing, and more.

Our speaker, Richard Liu, ESQ, will explain what employee privacy means, discuss the regulations for the protection of it enforced under the CCPA and CPRA, and provide a plan of best practices for privacy compliance.  


1. The definition of employee privacy and current regulation of it.

2. Protocol for CCPA and CPRA-compliant policies in 2023 including: 

  • Data collection, storage, and sharing
  • Data access and amendment
  • Data protection assessment
  • Other need-to-know guidelines

3. The penalties for employee privacy non-compliance.

4. How to implement an effective action plan to prevent employee privacy protection violations.


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Additional Resources:

 Webinar Slides

 7 Steps to Comply with California’s Employee Privacy Regulations



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Richard Liu, ESQ

Managing Counsel at Innovative Legal Services

Richard is one of the top trial and compliance lawyers in the country, known for understanding the business side of legal decisions.

Richard regularly advises Fortune 500 companies and startups on commercial, data privacy, and employment matters. His practice focuses on defending companies in litigation and preventing litigation through compliance counseling. His clients are in industries including technology, healthcare, real estate, retail, manufacturing, entertainment, and financial services.

Richard specializes in claims involving breach of contract, intellectual property infringement, trade secrets misappropriation, wrongful termination, wage and hour defense, and employment discrimination. He is an expert in compliance issues like data security, privacy, employment practices, human resources counseling, and compensation/benefits.


  • J.D., USC Gould School of Law
  • B.A., California State Polytechnic University
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