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The Potential National Implications of a Recent California Supreme Court Case on the Collection of Personal Information When Accepting Credit Cards

14 April 20112:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST) Complimentary Webinar

This webinar will take an in-depth look at the impact of Pineda v. Williams Sonoma Stores, a recent decision by the California Supreme Court that significantly expands previous interpretations of the Song Beverly Act, and potentially exposes retailers doing business in California to significant liability for recording zip codes in connection with credit card transactions. In fact, since the Supreme Court's decision in Pineda, hundreds of class action lawsuits have been filed in California seeking millions of dollars in fines under the Song Beverly Act. In this webinar, we will explore among other things, the basis for plaintiffs' claims and potential defenses to the lawsuits that have been or may be brought. We also will discuss the potential impact of the decision outside of California, particularly in states that have statutes similar in scope to Song Beverly.

Complimentary Webinar

14 April 2011
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

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