We use cookies to customise content for your subscription and for analytics.
If you continue to browse Lexology, we will assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. For further information please read our Cookie Policy.

Results 1 to 5 of 5



Will New Jersey join other states requiring cash back for certain stored value cards?

USA - July 5 2012 On June 25, 2012, both the New Jersey Assembly and Senate voted to approve Senate Bill 1928, an act amending, among other laws, P.L. 2010, c.25.

Co-authors: JiJi Park, Amy L. Pierce, Deborah S. Thoren-Peden.


I know what you watched last summer

USA - May 10 2012 The Northern District of California continues the series begun by the Seventh Circuit in Sterk v. Redbox Automated Retail LLC, against class actions brought under the federal Video Privacy Protection Act and seeking lucrative liquidated damages simply because a "video tape service provider" retains records of customers' video purchases and rentals past the one-year cut-off.

Co-authors: Catherine D. Meyer, Christine A. Scheuneman, Lauren Lynch Flick, Amy L. Pierce.


U.S. Supreme Court limits the scope of "actual damages" in the federal Privacy Act

USA - April 6 2012 In its March 28 decision in Federal Aviation Administration v. Cooper, the U.S. Supreme Court interpreted the federal Privacy Act of 1974 and held that the term "actual damages," as used in the Act, does not include damages for mental or emotional distress.

Co-authors: Catherine D. Meyer, Christine A. Scheuneman, Amy L. Pierce.


California court OKs collecting consumer zip codes to combat credit card fraud

USA - March 22 2012 Just over a year after it was filed, Chevron Corporation and other oil companies won dismissal of a putative privacy class action filed after the California Supreme Court's decision in Pineda v. Williams-Sonoma Stores, Inc.

Co-authors: Catherine D. Meyer, Christine A. Scheuneman, Amy L. Pierce.


Avoid being in the spotlight of California's 'Shine the Light' privacy-related law

USA - March 1 2012 Eight years after California's "Shine the Light" privacy-related law (S.B.

Co-authors: Catherine D. Meyer, Christine A. Scheuneman, Amy L. Pierce.