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Northern District of Georgia Rules in Equifax Data Breach Cases

USA - January 30 2019 On January 28, Thomas W. Thrash, Jr., the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, issued four decisions...

David N. Anthony, Sadia Mirza, Sheila M. Pham, Alexander King.

Data Privacy: The Current Legal Landscape 2018 Reviewed Annual Edition Report January 2019

USA, Canada - January 10 2019 Since the European Union (“EU”) adopted Article 29 in 1997, a debate has raged...

Julie D. Hoffmeister, Timothy Butler, Molly S. DiRago, Sadia Mirza, Mark C. Mao, Jonathan Yee, Sheila M. Pham, Yanni Lin, Oscar A. Figueroa, Stacy R. Hovan, Dan Waltz, Katharine Malone.

Unanimous Supreme Court Cements Strength of Arbitration Agreements By Rejecting A “Wholly Groundless” Loophole For Avoiding Arbitration

USA - January 9 2019 It is commonplace today for businesses to include binding arbitration provisions in customer agreements. It is also common for these arbitration...

David N. Anthony, Alan D. Wingfield, David M. Gettings, John C. Lynch, Scott Kelly, Cindy D. Hanson.

Iowa’s New Year’s Resolution: Making Consumer Security Freezes More Accessible and Enhancing Personal Information Security Breach Protection

USA - December 31 2018 Your diet and fitness goals are not the only things scheduled to change come the New Year. On April 10, 2018, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed Senate...

Sadia Mirza.

Pennsylvania Suit against Navient Continues - Commonwealth’s Claims Are Not Preempted by Federal Law or Parallel CFPB Action

USA - December 31 2018 In December, Judge Robert D. Mariani denied Navient’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ruling that the suit is...

Sadia Mirza.