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More Privacy, Please - December 2022

European Union, USA - December 22 2022 In regulatory news, the Federal Trade Commission extended the deadline to comply with the Safeguards Rule, and Health and Human Services issued…

Christopher J. Capurso, Molly S. DiRago, Natasha E. Halloran, Ronald I. Raether Jr., James Koenig, Robyn Lin, Kim Phan, Alexandria Pritchett

More Privacy, Please - November 2022

France, USA - November 14 2022 The California Privacy Protection Agency released amendments to its draft regulations, and the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau contemplates…

Tambry Lynette Bradford, Molly S. DiRago, Natasha E. Halloran, Ronald I. Raether Jr., James Koenig, Robyn Lin, Kim Phan

Supreme Court Rules Title IX and Other Spending Clause Statutes Do Not Permit Damages for Emotional Distress

USA - May 5 2022 On April 28, the U.S. Supreme Court held in Cummings v. Premier Rehab Keller, P.L.L.C., No. 20-219 (Roberts, C.J.) that damages for emotional…

Michael E. Baughman, Samuel D. Harrison

Third Circuit Allows Title IX Claim to Proceed in Light of Inferences and Allegations of Gender Bias

USA - April 15 2022 On March 31, the Third Circuit issued a ruling in Doe v. Princeton University, reversing a district court’s dismissal of Title IX and state law…

Michael E. Baughman, Samuel D. Harrison

Supreme Court Finds Censure of Community College Trustee Did Not Violate First Amendment

USA - March 29 2022 On March 24, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in Houston Community College System v. Wilson, holding that the public censure of one…

Christopher J. Moran, Carly Siditsky