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In Landmark Case, Illinois Supreme Court Sets Low Bar For Claims Under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act

USA - January 30 2019 On January 25, 2019, the Illinois Supreme Court unanimously held that a plaintiff does not need to allege any actual injury or damages to...

Alan Charles Raul, Stephen McInerney, Christopher Fonzone, Daniel C. Craig, Colleen Theresa Brown, Edward R. McNicholas.

Three Boston-Area Hospitals Settle HIPAA Allegations Arising From On-Site Filming of Television Documentary

USA - October 12 2018 Three Boston-area hospitals collectively paid just under $1 million to settle allegations that they violated HIPAA by improperly disclosing patients’...

Cameron F. Kerry, Christopher Fonzone, William RM Long, John M. Casanova, Colleen Theresa Brown.

California and Preemption

USA - October 10 2018 As one of the epicenters of the Information Age and largest state in the Nation, California’s regulatory decisions can have an outsize impact on the...

Cameron F. Kerry, Christopher Fonzone, William RM Long, John M. Casanova, Colleen Theresa Brown.

Senate Hearing on Federal Privacy Law: Question is Not Whether But What Form

USA - September 28 2018 On September 26, the Senate Commerce Committee invited tech and telecom companies to the Hill to discuss safeguards for consumer data privacy. “The...

Cameron F. Kerry, Christopher Fonzone, William RM Long, John M. Casanova, Colleen Theresa Brown.

Developing IoT Policy from California to Washington, D.C.

USA - September 26 2018 The growing network of internet of things (IoT) devices is expected to reach 30 billion devices by 2020. Despite this tremendous growth, the state of...

Cameron F. Kerry, Christopher Fonzone, William RM Long, John M. Casanova, Colleen Theresa Brown.