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Cartel Enforcement Global Review September 2020

Global - September 24 2020 The period between 2017 and the beginning of 2020 has shown the importance…

Alessandro Boso Caretta, Alexandra Kamerling, Alicia Murray, Alina Lacatus, Allissa A.R. Pollard, András Posztl, Andrzej Balicki, Azamat Abdulmenov, Bertold Bär-Bouyssière, Catherine Pawluch, Claudine Vartian, Courtney Gilligan Saleski, Daniel Colgan, Daniel Flores, Daniela Koncierova, Darach Connolly, David H. Bamberger, David T. Neave, Domenico Gullo, Dr Jan Joachim Dreyer, Eamon Holley, Edouard Sarrazin, Felipe Bahamondez Prieto, Fleur Gibbons, Gábor L. Molnár, Galyna Zagorodniuk, Guillermo Cabanellas, Iain Thain, Ilana Hope Eisenstein, J. Kevin Wright, Janine Simpson, Joaquin Hervada, Johanna Svantesson, John D. Huh, John Fogarty, John Gibson, John Hamill, John M. Hillebrecht, Jon King, Jorge Benejam, Kjetil Haare Johansen, Léon Korsten, Lesli C. Esposito, Lisa Tenorio-Kutzkey, Livia Zamfiropol (née Constantinescu), Margarita Karpenko, María Claudia Martínez, Michael Klöcker, Michaela Stessl, Miguel Mendes Pereira, Mika Oinonen, Nathan Bush, Paolo Morante, Rami Zayat, Ricardo Caiado Lima, Robby Robertson, Sam Szlezinger, Sarah Smith, Semin O, Simon Uthmeyer, Takahiro Nonaka.

Ninth Circuit finds Article III standing in case alleging Facebook violated the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act

USA - August 9 2019 Facebook's woes continued this week as the Ninth Circuit rejected the company's efforts to dismiss and/or de-certify the class in a case brought by…

DC Circuit’s ruling in OPM data breach case deepens circuit split on Article III standing

USA - July 10 2019 On June 21, 2019, the DC Circuit doubled down on its August 2017 decision in Attias v. Carefirst, Inc., 865 F.3d 620 (D.C. Cir. 2017), reviving…

Andrew Serwin.

District of Columbia v. Facebook: General Consumer Protection Statute can serve as vehicle for state attorney general seeking redress for data privacy violations

USA - June 12 2019 On May 31, 2019, the District of Columbia Superior Court rejected Facebook's request to dismiss data privacy litigation brought by the District of…

Matthew P. Denn.

Supreme Court requires explicit consent to arbitrate claims on classwide basis

USA - April 25 2019 The United States Supreme Court has overruled a Ninth Circuit decision allowing an employee to arbitrate his data breach claims on a classwide basis…

Keara M. Gordon.