Southern Willamette Valley
SWV Lunch & Learn: Understanding the California Consumer Privacy Act

Event Details

Oct 16, 2019
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
1203 Willamette St
Suite 100
Eugene, OR 97401

TAO Member:$10

Non-Member: $25


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Ready or not, the CCPA (or, “California Consumer Privacy Act”) is here! During this Lunch & Learn hosted by Gleaves Swearingen LLP and Technology Association of Oregon on Wednesday, October 16th from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm we will explore how this sweeping new privacy law is affecting businesses inside and outside of California’s borders, including how amendments passed during the final days of California’s legislative session (which closed in September) changed the law. We’ll also take a look at what businesses around the country are doing to prepare, highlighting opportunities to capitalize on their need for tech solutions to compliance challenges.




David Jacobson
Gleaves Swearingen, LLP

David is a member of the firm’s business law group. David strives to provide efficient and transparent legal service to clients because he understands that business owners want to focus their time doing what it is they do best without the stress and uncertainty of legal issues hanging over their head.

David is experienced in business and real estate transactions, tax matters, and general corporate law. David also advises clients on a range of intellectual property issues, including trademark clearance and prosecution, intellectual property licensing, non-disclosure and trade secret issues, and copyright matters.

David moved to Oregon from Chicago in high school and has been here since. He earned degrees in Accountancy and Business Administration from Oregon State and earned his law degree from the University of Oregon. David spends the majority of his time off exploring the outdoors through skiing, hiking, and rock climbing. He is most passionate about traveling and is always planning a trip to somewhere new and interesting, while still taking plenty of time to explore Eugene and its beautiful surrounding areas.



Kayleigh Shuler

Gleaves Swearingen, LLP

Kayleigh joined Gleaves Swearingen as an attorney following her impressive tenure as a firm law clerk. Now a member of the firm’s business law practice, Kayleigh has gained experience in a variety of areas including privacy law compliance, intellectual property and technology related matters, general corporate and commercial work, and real estate transactions. Kayleigh provides thoughtful, practical, and thorough guidance that helps her clients achieve their goals.

Originally from southwest Missouri, Kayleigh became enamored with Oregon’s gorgeous sceneries, friendly residents, and fresh seafood during her time studying at the University of Oregon School of Law, and she has since made Eugene her home. In her leisure time, she enjoys lap swimming, completing home improvement projects, and hiking with her dog, Lemon.




























The topic will be most relevant for decision-makers and project managers for technology companies and technology-reliant companies.

Gleaves Swearingen LLP is a full-service business law firm that has served Southern Willamette Valley businesses and entrepreneurs for nearly 100 years. Among other practice groups, we have a vibrant technology and intellectual property group that helps our technology and technology-reliant clients find cutting edge solutions to their fast-evolving business needs.