Arbitration

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CPW’s Shea Leitch and Kyle Dull to Speak at ACC South Florida’s 12th Annual CLE Conference

CPW’s David Oberly

CPW’s Kristin Bryan, a 2022 Law360 Privacy & Cybersecurity MVP as well as a featured subject matter expert for LexisNexis, Jesse Taylor and Shing Tse teamed up to co-author a chapter of the Lexis Practical Guidance titled “Privacy, Cybersecurity and Data Breach Litigation: Key Laws and Considerations. In this practice

Welcome to the 2022 Q2 edition of the SPB Artificial Intelligence & Biometric Privacy Quarterly Review Newsletter, your go-to source for keeping you in the know on all recent major artificial intelligence (“AI”) and biometric privacy developments that have taken place over the course of the last three months. We invite you to share this resource with your colleagues and visit Squire Patton Boggs’ Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets and Privacy & Data Breach Litigation homepages for more information about our capabilities and team. 


Q2 did not disappoint in the AI and biometric privacy space, with a number of noteworthy litigation, legislative, and regulatory developments having taken place in these two rapidly developing areas of law. Read on to see what has transpired over the last quarter and what you should keep your eyes on as we head into the second half of 2022.

Continue Reading SPB 2022 Q2 Artificial Intelligence & Biometric Privacy Quarterly Review Newsletter

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CPW’s Kristin Bryan and Shea Leitch Quoted in GDR re National Privacy Legislation | Consumer Privacy World

Fourth Circuit

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NOW AVAILABLE: Lexis Practical Guidance Releases CPW Team Member David Oberly’s “Mitigating Legal Risks When Using Biometric Technologies” Biometric

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Connecticut General Assembly Passes Comprehensive Privacy Bill

Federal Trade Commission Proposes Adjustments to Telemarketing Sales Rule, Including B2b Telemarketing

Text or purpose? Plain language or pragmatism? Though the text does not provide for it, should courts interpret Sections 9 and 10 of the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) to provide a “look through” approach to federal jurisdiction over confirming or vacating an arbitral award?

No, according to Justice Kagan’s 8-1 opinion in Bagderow v. Walters

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Federal Court of Appeals Affirms Dismissal and Compelled Arbitration of E-Commerce Data Privacy Litigation | Consumer Privacy World

FTC Focus on AI

Last week the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court ruling mandating the dismissal of a data privacy litigation brought against an e-commerce platform in light of a binding arbitration agreement.  In re Stockx Customer Data Sec. Breach Litig., 2021 U.S. App. LEXIS 35813 (6th Cir. Dec. 2, 2021).  The Sixth Circuit

CPW covered in September how the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a district court order denying Comcast Cable Communications, LLC’s (“Comcast”) motion to compel arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) claims brought against it by a former cable subscriber.  The Plaintiff had brought a putative class action challenging Comcast’s privacy and data-collection practices