Tag Archives: Health Care

California legislature proposes ‘urgency statute’ to revise CCPA’s health care and research exemptions

As currently drafted, the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) leaves many questions unresolved regarding how the law applies to data collected and used in the health care and life sciences industries, particularly in the research context. Clinical research sponsors and other industry participants have raised concerns about how the CCPA may impede care delivery and … Continue Reading

State AGs Upping the Ante on Health (and Other) Information Data Incidents – Expect Increased Enforcement Actions

State attorneys general (AGs) continue to emerge as major regulators of privacy, and increasingly, with respect to compromises of health-related data. Businesses concerned with U.S. customer or employee data have long known of the importance of the roles of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, among other … Continue Reading

The implementation of the French transparency regulation: first good news?

This post was written by Daniel Kadar. French health care companies have faced hard times over the past months with their new transparency obligations. They have been required to declare the equivalent of 18 months (!) of agreements and benefits in a very short period of time. They were scheduled to disclose this information to … Continue Reading