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The California Consumer Privacy Act Implementations - Ethical Considerations


Speaker(s): N. Adele Hogan, Roy H. Wyman
Recorded on: Apr. 3, 2020
PLI Program #: 297185

Roy Wyman is co-chair of the firm’s Privacy & Security Industry Group and a member of the firm's healthcare regulatory and litigation team. Mr. Wyman’s experience includes assisting various entities in addressing data and regulatory concerns, loss of data, and privacy and cybersecurity issues arising under HIPAA, GDPR, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other statutes. He also has deep experience in helping health-related entities with a variety of regulatory and transactional matters beyond HIPAA, including self-referral/anti-kickback rules and general compliance matters. Mr. Wyman designed and is the lead attorney for HIPAA2Z™, an automated HIPAA privacy and security compliance tool offered by Nelson Mullins. Prior to joining Nelson Mullins, Mr. Wyman served as Chief Privacy Officer and Associate General Counsel – Regulatory for TeamHealth, Inc., one of the largest physician staffing companies in the country. Prior to TeamHealth, he was the primary counsel and a member of the senior management team for MinuteClinic retail clinics. He also assisted as counsel for other subsidiaries of CVS Health including its specialty pharmacy and population health subsidiaries. Mr. Wyman is a frequent speaker and author, including recent articles regarding Blockchain and distributed ledger technology for ACC Docket and health care IT for TechCrunch.


Adele Hogan represents clients in mergers, securities offerings, restructuring, bankruptcies, and projects for early stage and large companies in all industries, including financial institutions (banks, private equity funds, hedge funds, venture capital, insurance, alternative assets, broker dealers); TMT (technology, media, and telecom); healthcare (pharmaceutical, biotech, medical devices, telemedicine); leisure (hotels, gaming); energy & mining; transportation (air, auto, rail, shipping); and FinTech (technology, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, trading platforms, exchanges). Ms. Hogan conducts due diligence, drafts, negotiates, advises on risk, and structures deals.

Ms. Hogan has led the corporate side for either the debtor or a credit committee work for more than 30 bankruptcies. She has also led many restructurings, including public debt consent solicitations, credit agreement amendments, and overseeing portions of restructurings of foreign banks in the areas of capital and liquidity and sales of more than $100 billion of risk weighted assets, representing clients netting derivatives and payment obligations in the Lehman bankruptcy. She drafts prepackaged bankruptcy plans, backstops, DIP documentation, bank/bond/equity financings, and litigation documents and does investigations on preferences, zones of insolvency and asset tracing. She has also led distressed public and private company M&A and 363 sales.

Ms. Hogan has experience leading Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) policies and controls projects, including data privacy, data governance and cybersecurity. She has led anti-money laundering (AML), OFAC, fraud, FCPA, derivatives, foreign exchange and Libor matters. She has closed more than $200 billion in deals. She has served as a partner at several international law firms and in-house.

Cornell University BA, Cornell Law School JD. Admitted in New York, Texas and U.S. Supreme Court.