Are you ready for the alphabet soup of data privacy laws going into effect in 2023? Having a response plan in place in case of a data breach and understanding the customer service impact surrounding data collection can mean the difference between one social media comment and major headlines. Join NAA’s Legal Affairs Team and 3 Dentons’ Professionals to get the latest rundown on the types of data that devices and tools are currently collecting and what you can and cannot do with the collected data.
Learn more about:
- Upcoming changes in privacy laws in 2023 across multiple states, including a draft federal bill
- Resident concerns with data collection
- Advisable sampling of disclosures and consents based on your projects’ location
About the Hosts
Matthew G. Nolley
Matt Nolley, Partner at Dentons, practices real estate, business and finance law. Representing developers and owners of rental housing, mixed-use, hospitality and more. Matt is experienced in development projects for the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) 221(d)(4) program. He also handles construction, mini-perm and permanent loans for various structures, including HUD’s 223(f) and 223(a)(7) programs and various CMBS loan programs for rental housing assets. Matt earned his BS from Purdue University, an MBA focused on accounting and marketing from Indiana University Kelley School of Business and a JD from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Peter Stockburger, Office Managing Partner for Dentons, partners with emerging and established clients, globally, to strategize how to best leverage data and talent to grow, operate and protect their business. With a focus on data privacy and security, he works with clients to build and fortify their privacy and security programs, deploy technology enhance compliance, work through data governance and harness emerging technologies. Peter received his BA in Political Science and Graduate Studies in International Relations from Texas State University, later earning his JD in International Law and Legal Studies from the University of San Diego School of Law.
Ryan Daugherty, Shareholder for Dentons’ Birmingham, Alabama office, practices solutions development for clients involved in real estate issues and disputes. As co-chair of the firm’s property owner’s rights practice, he represents rental housing, single-family and commercial property owners and managers throughout Alabama on recovering possession, collecting outstanding rent and providing outside general counsel services. Ryan earned his BS in Criminal Justice from Jacksonville State University and JD in Law from Samford University.