With barely half a year until the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect in January 2020, the landmark privacy law is in a state of flux. The already-amended landmark law is likely to face further rounds of revision, and the California Attorney General is required to hammer out many key compliance requirements through an administrative rulemaking.

Gerry Stegmaier and Mark Quist recently co-authored an article for the Washington Legal Foundation examining the key issues to be addressed through the rulemaking, the timeline and procedural ins and outs of the rulemaking process, and the strategic issues that concerned businesses should anticipate.

To read the article and learn about the CCPA rulemaking, click here.