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State Regulators Step Up Privacy Enforcement Relating to Employee Data

Regulators in California and Colorado recently announced enforcement sweeps under new and newly updated state privacy laws. Companies in Colorado (including nonprofits) and California should double-check their privacy notices, processes and documentation to comply with these laws, particularly the enforcement priorities identified in the notices.

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Colorado Continues to Whittle Away at Non-Compete Agreements

Effective August 10, 2022, Colorado’s laws governing restrictive covenants were amended to provide additional limitations and hurdles for employers who seek non-compete and non-solicit agreements with their employees, including compensation thresholds and notice requirements. The new law also sets forth steep penalties for any violations. This article provides the details of these new restrictions.

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State Law Privacy Video Series | Employee Exemptions

California, Virginia and Colorado have new privacy laws coming into effect in 2023. But now is the time to start preparing your business or organization for compliance. Throughout the State Law Privacy video series, we examine the different aspects of these laws and provide you the knowledge and tools you need for proper compliance.

In the next video of the series, Associate Fran Forte explores one of the notable exemptions under California’s law as it relates to employee data and how employee data is handled under Virginia and Colorado’s privacy laws.

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