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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 is a capital markets and mergers counsel who frequently works on regulatory, FinTech and securities offerings matters, including SPACs.  She advises on GRC – governance, risk and compliance – and is active in strategic growth advisory work, including the corporate side of restructurings inside and outside of bankruptcy.

Adele’s work involves diverse industries, including: financial institutions; energy and utilities; healthcare (medical devices, biotech and pharmaceuticals), leisure (gaming and hotels); real estate, telecommunications, media and technology; transportation (airlines, automotive, shipping, rail); and retail.

Adele frequently chairs and speaks at national law programs.  She has served as an adjunct law professor at Fordham University School of Law and speaks at Cornell University Law School and the Levin Institute.

Adele worked for over ten years at Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP, and was a partner at White & Case LLP and Linklaters LLP. Adele most served as Director – Group Audit (Legal and Regulatory) at Deutsche Bank.  Adele has done strategic consulting work (revenue enhancements, deposit growth, FX, derivatives, mergers) for large banks and led anti-financial crimes investigations, risk framework implementations and corporate governance matters.

Involvement

  • New York City Bar Association (Securities Regulation Committee (former Chair), Financial Reporting Committee (former Chair), Banking Law Committee, Mergers & Acquisitions Committee)
  • New York State Bar Association, Business Law Section (Executive Committee), Securities Regulation Committee, Investment Management Committee
  • American Bar Association, Federal Securities Law Committee
  • Association of Corporate Counsel
  • Women in Derivatives (WIND), 100 Women in Finance, Women in Funds
  • National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)
  • Society of Corporate Governance Professionals
  • SIFMA (Legal Society and Internal Audit Society)
  • Risk Management Association (RMA)
  • Financial Executives Network Group (FENG)

Education

  • Cornell University Law School, Juris Doctor
  • Cornell University, Bachelor of Arts