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Second Circuit Ruling Indicates Certain Plaintiffs May Continue to Bring Claims for Disclosure of Personal Information, But Language in Privacy Policy Inadequate for Breach of Contract Claim

USA - June 29 2021 As CPW reported earlier this year, the Second Circuit recently issued a monumental decision concerning Article III standing in a data breach. In that…

Kristin Bryan

What The Pennsylvania Consumer Data Privacy Act May Mean For Data Privacy Litigation In The State

USA - June 10 2021 In the continuing absence of comprehensive federal law regulating data privacy and protection, the states have continued to pursue their own agenda…

Kristin Bryan

Recent California Supreme Court Decision Expands Liability Arising Under the California Invasion of Privacy Act

USA - June 2 2021 The California Supreme Court recently issued a significant decision interpreting California’s Invasion of Privacy Act, which may lead to criminal and…

Kristin Bryan

BIPA Preemption is Punted Past Initial Pleading Stage

USA - April 28 2021 Once again, we find ourselves reviewing a pertinent decision regarding the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”). For our new readers…

District Court in Third Circuit Confirms That, When it Comes to Data Breaches, Actual Misuse Must be Alleged

USA - April 27 2021 Every federal lawsuit requires standing for the court to have subject matter jurisdiction to hear the case, and standing requires an injury-in-fact…