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Facebook Seeks Post-Spokeo Review of Biometric Privacy Class Action

USA - November 20 2019 In a ruling with implications for data privacy litigation nationwide, the Ninth Circuit recently stayed its decision allowing a biometric privacy...

Delta Airlines Sues Vendor for Data Breach

USA - September 4 2019 Following a security incident involving its website’s chat function, Delta filed suit in the Southern District of New York against its tech vendor...

Sarah S. Hazimi.

Utah Sets Limits on Law Enforcement’s Ability to Gather Individuals’ Electronically Transmitted Data

USA - May 3 2019 Utah enacted a sweeping data privacy law that affects how employers and corporations respond to police demands for data. With this new law, Utah...

FCPA and Voluntary Disclosure Redux

USA - December 15 2017 On November 29, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced a revised “FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy” (“Policy”) that encourages...

Matthew Dybas, James S Brady, Jonathan S. Feld, Edwin J. Tomko, Jason M. Ross.

Second Circuit Defines When Proffer Session May Be Used as Evidence in Trial

USA - December 27 2016 When a businessperson becomes the target or subject of a criminal investigation, a critical consideration for defense counsel is whether to meet with...

Lea F. Courington, James S Brady, Jonathan S. Feld, Edwin J. Tomko, Jason M. Ross.