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California May Lower the Standing Threshold in Data Breach Litigation

USA - July 11 2018 A key issue for any business facing class action litigation in response to a data breach is whether the plaintiffs, particularly consumers, will have...

Maya Atrakchi, Jason C. Gavejian.


Fourth Circuit Weighs in on Standing in Data Breach Litigation

USA - July 2 2018 Cybersecurity incidents are on the rise, and so too is data breach litigation brought by plaintiffs who allege they were harmed by the unauthorized...

Maya Atrakchi, Jason C. Gavejian.


California Governor Signs Into Law Groundbreaking Consumer Protection Law

USA - June 29 2018 As we reported earlier this week, California legislature Democrats reached a tentative agreement with a group of consumer privacy activists...

Maya Atrakchi, Jason C. Gavejian.


Virginia Updates its Data Breach Notification Law to Include Tax Preparers

USA - June 28 2018 For the second consecutive year Virginia has amended its data breach notification law. In March 2017, in light of a warning issued by the IRS to all...

Maya Atrakchi, Jason C. Gavejian.


California May Be Headed Towards Sweeping Consumer Privacy Protections

USA - June 25 2018 On June 21st, California legislature Democrats reached a tentative agreement with a group of consumer privacy activists spearheading a ballot...

Maya Atrakchi, Jason C. Gavejian.