For those CPW readers in the healthcare data privacy space, you should absolutely check out an upcoming American Bar Association presentation on June 1 from CPW’s very own Elliot Golding.  With his co-panelists he will be covering all the MAJOR health data and privacy changes over the past 18 months.   This includes the ONC/CMS

At CPW we’ve been giving our readers comprehensive coverage of rulings in the realm of data breach litigation.  For a reminder of the current Article III standing split in the data breach context and some other decisions, check out our prior posts here, here, and here.  Well, last week, in a break

It has been a year for the record books for data privacy litigation (and we are only into Q2-who knows what Q3 and Q4 will bring!)  CPW has been tracking significant developments in this area of the law—including in regards to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”).  While the statute has been in effect for

CPW’s incredible team just leveled up, as this week consumer privacy superstar Alan Friel joined Squire Patton Boggs.  Alan brings with him nearly three decades of comprehensive experience in data privacy.  He arrives from BakerHostetler, where he led the US Consumer Privacy practice, co-chaired the retail, restaurant and e-commerce industry initiative, and served as the

CPW has previously covered the proliferation of data breaches, including in the healthcare context.  In a dramatic rebuttal of how the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights’ (“OCR”) has historically enforced HIPAA, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently handed down a landmark decision vacating a multi-million dollar penalty that

2020 has been a year for the record books, and the area of data breach litigation is no exception.   Several key developments, when considered individually or in conjunction, will likely make breach litigation a top of mind data privacy issue going into the next year.  So fasten your seatbelts and read on as CPW recaps

No supply chain is immune from cyberattacks.  This includes, unfortunately, in regards to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Yesterday the US Homeland Security Department issued a warning that a series of cyberattacks is underway aimed at the companies and government organizations that will be distributing coronavirus vaccines around the world.  Specifically, the attacks target the COVID-19 cold

Lydia de la Torre is a frequent CPW contributor with deep insight and knowledge on cutting edge developments in data privacy and cybersecurity.  For some of the fantastic pieces she has co-authored recently, see here and here.  Well, we are very pleased to share that the legal publication Daily Journal has selected Lydia among

As CPW has covered, healthcare data breaches are on the rise (and are likely to continue to do so in light of the rise in telehealth in 2020).  Despite the recent proliferation of data breach litigation, case law hasn’t caught up—you can count on your hands the number of times any court, state or

Yesterday CPW covered how one hospital was recently hit with two data breach class actions after a former employee accessed patient records without authorization.  Well, for entities in the healthcare space looking to reduce their cybersecurity risk search no further-CPW’s Elliot Golding and Kristin Bryan published an article earlier this year in Law360 explaining