The regulatory environment under the Trump administration is expected to change dramatically. In the months and years ahead, we expect that consumer protection enforcement by the Federal Trade Commission may decrease, while State Attorneys General are likely to fill in that void.
 
Please join Matthew Fitzsimmons, Assistant Attorney General at Connecticut Attorney General’s Office and Head of that Office’s Privacy and Data Security Department, and Kelley Drye Partner Alysa Hutnik for a discussion on what trends to anticipate on the State consumer protection and privacy front, and what we can learn from past enforcement.

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