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Steps You Can Take Now To Reduce The Risk Of Litigation Under The New California Consumer Privacy Act

USA - June 3 2019 The private cause of action for statutory damages created by the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) will go into effect on January 1, 2020...

Robert P. Silvers, Danielle D. Decker, Behnam Dayanim, Sherrese M. Smith.

Containing Risk and Seizing Opportunity: The In-house Lawyer's Guide to Artificial Intelligence

USA - March 25 2019 The rise of artificial intelligence (“AI”) and automated systems will be one of the defining developments of the 21st century. No industry will be...

Emily R. Pidot, Carson H. Sullivan, Elena R. Baca, Bradford K. Newman, Robert P. Silvers, Edward J. George, Sarah Pearce, Thomas P. Brown, Scott M. Flicker.

Spokeo and Article III Standing: You May Be Particularized But Are You Concrete?

USA - May 26 2016 In Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, the Supreme Court confirmed the power of the word “and.” In a six to two decision, the Court confirmed that to satisfy...

Dae Ho Lee, Behnam Dayanim, Sean D. Unger.

Have I been served? The Ninth Circuit agrees to clarify process of service for international entities in USA v. The Public Warehousing Company, KSC

USA - April 2 2015 Foreign corporations sometimes assume that they cannot be served unless the plaintiff goes through the steps required by the Hague Convention on...

Kelly R. Winslow, Sean D. Unger.

“Expectorating” the shell doesn’t spit out the liability

USA - February 21 2014 Every once in a while you can envision a judge smiling as he writes an opinion - either because the facts are interesting or because the issues...

Sean D. Unger.