California Court Of Appeals Rules CPPA Can Start Enforcing Regulations

California’s Third District Court of Appeals recently ruled that the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) may begin enforcing its finalized data privacy regulations immediately, overturning the lower court’s prior ruling that delayed enforcement.

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), tasks the CPPA with promulgating regulations by July 1, 2022, and permits the CPPA to enforce such regulations beginning July 1, 2023. The CPPA failed to finalize the […]

By | Apr 16, 2024 ||

Year In Review: Major U.S. Supreme Court And Appellate Cases

The Supreme Court continues to take a close look at major administrative law questions, and its answers have the potential to significantly affect the consumer finance industry. Most notably, in 2023, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case concerning the constitutionality of the CFPB’s funding mechanism and in two other cases questioning the continued vitality and scope of the Chevron doctrine, which could significantly affect agencies’ rulemaking and the judicial review of agency decisions. […]

By | Apr 14, 2024 ||

Utah Court Of Appeals Confirms Athletes’ First Amendment Rights: Keisel v Westbrook And The Utah Jazz

The Utah Court of Appeals has spoken: an athlete’s opinion on what connotes racist rhetoric is protected free speech. In a significant legal ruling that underscores the balance between sportsmanship, the right to free expression, and the duty of professional athletes to maintain their composure, the Utah Court of Appeals recently confirmed a lower Utah state court ruling granting summary judgment in favor of Russell Westbrook and the Utah Jazz in a lawsuit brought […]

By | Apr 12, 2024 ||