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Connecticut Supreme Court: HIPAA does not preempt state law claims *

USA - November 11 2014
In an opinion published on November 11, 2014, Connecticut joined a growing number of jurisdictions that have found that state law causes of action…

Co-authors: Kenya S. Woodruff, Emily Westridge Black, Ronald W. Breaux, Jennifer S. Kreick, Michael L. Hood.

FCC brings its first data breach enforcement action *

USA - October 29 2014
The Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") is the latest government agency to make a foray into data breach enforcement, proposing a $10 million…

Co-authors: Phong Tran, Emily Westridge Black.

Key developments in privacy and data security *

USA - October 24 2014
Litigation arising from data breaches comes in many different forms. In recent months, breached companies have faced traditional consumer class…

Co-authors: Kenya S. Woodruff, Gavin D. George, Emily Westridge Black, John Podvin, Ronald W. Breaux, Jennifer S. Kreick.

CFPB relaxes rules governing privacy disclosures *

USA - October 20 2014
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") announced today that it would allow financial institutions to provide their privacy notices to…

Co-authors: Emily Westridge Black, John Podvin.

The SEC continues its “Broken Windows” initiative with charges of late filings of ownership reporting and Rule 105 violations *

USA - September 18 2014
In the last week, the Securities and Exchange Commission has announced charges in two separate investigations related to its "Broken Windows"…

Co-authors: Kit Addleman.

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