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A Question of Privilege: Court Wrestles With Attorney-Client and Work Product Issues in Data Breach Case

USA - November 10 2017 In a significant ruling addressing the scope of the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine in a data breach case, a Federal judge in…

Michael F. Buchanan, Michelle Waller Cohen, Peter C. Harvey, Peter A. Kurtz, Craig A. Newman.

A Question of Privilege: Court Wrestles With Attorney-Client and Work Product Issues in Data Breach Case

USA - November 9 2017 In a significant ruling addressing the scope of the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine in a data breach case, a Federal judge in…

Michael F. Buchanan, Michelle Waller Cohen, Peter C. Harvey, Peter A. Kurtz, Craig A. Newman.

Long and Wyndham Road: The Federal Trade Commission Extends Section 5 Unfairness to Regulate Data Security

USA - December 14 2015 In a surprising development, Wyndham Worldwide Corporation settled a long running dispute last week with the Federal Trade Commission that arose from…

Data-security assessments? You’re going to want a lawyer for that.

USA - October 20 2015 These days, data breaches and cybersecurity attacks abound. With each news cycle, we're confronted with stories about yet another big breach, at…

Kristen L. Richer.

Bennek v. Home Depot and the future of cybersecurity-related derivative suits

USA - September 22 2015 On September 2, 2015, a Home Depot shareholder sued Home Depot and twelve of its officers and directors, claiming that the Company and the directors…

Maren J. Messing.