Colorado Attorney General’s Office: Colorado Privacy Act, AI, and Teen Mental Health
2023 State Attorney General Webinar Series
July 24, 2023 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm (EDT)
Join Kelley Drye’s State Attorneys General Ad Law Team for the next program in the 2023 State Attorneys General Webinar Series. Guest Speakers:
- Attorney General Phil Weiser
- Nathan Blake, Deputy Attorney General for Consumer Protection
Please join us for a webinar featuring special guest speakers Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and Nathan Blake, Deputy Attorney General for Consumer Protection, as they join Kelley Drye State Attorneys General practice Co-Chair Paul Singer, Special Counsel Abby Stempson, and Senior Associate Beth Chun for a discussion on a variety of important consumer protection topics, including teen mental health and the increased use of artificial intelligence. AG Weiser has been a national leader on these important topics and will discuss how AGs are using their existing and new consumer protection authority to examine emerging issues.
In addition, the Colorado Privacy Act went into effect on July 1. AG Weiser marked the occasion with a series of letters sent to businesses announcing the office’s intent to enforce the new law. Join us to learn more about the Act, and the office’s enforcement plans.
Please join us for a webinar featuring special guest speakers Nebraska Attorney General Mike Hilgers and Phil Carlson, Consumer Protection Division Chief, as they join Kelley Drye State Attorneys General practice Co-Chair Paul Singer, Special Counsel Abby Stempson, and Senior Associate Beth Chun for discussion and practical information on the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office and its state consumer protection laws. Attorney General Hilgers and Mr. Carlson will also discuss consumer protection in an AG transition and the factors taken into account when reviewing the structure and resources of the division, enforcement priorities, and collaboration with others, including attorneys general, the federal government, and businesses.
This webinar is part of the 2023 State Attorney General Webinar Series. Click here for more information.