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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

As CPW previously reported, President Biden nominated D.C. Circuit Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court to fill a vacancy opened when Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement. Judge Jackson graduated with honors from Harvard University and Harvard Law School, where she served as editor of the Harvard Law Review. Following her graduation,

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Key Litigation Takeaways From Rare Data Breach Trial | Consumer Privacy World

CPW’s David Oberly Talks to Bloomberg Law

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A federal court the end of last week dismissed a litigation challenging the U.S. Postal Service’s (“USPS”) use of facial recognition and related technologies to collect personal data, finding that the group which filed the claims lacked standing.  Electronic Privacy Information Center v. United States Postal Service et al., Case No. 1:21-cv-02156 (D.D.C.).  As

In a recent decision from the Middle District of North Carolina, a federal district court found a plaintiff in a Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) case to have Article III standing to bring his claims in federal court, relying on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Ramirez last year and so denied an employer defendant’s Motion

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Squire Patton Boggs Continues Growth of Acclaimed Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice With Promotion of Kyle Fath

In a closely watched development, President Biden will nominate D.C. Circuit Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court to fill a vacancy opened when Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement.  Judge Jackson is a graduate of Harvard Law School and during her time on the bench has issued several rulings that bear upon issues

This month a federal court dismissed a data event litigation pending in federal court concerning claims raised under the federal Drivers’ Privacy Protection Act (“DPPA”), 18 U.S.C. Section 2724, and California statutory and common law.  The decision reiterates that plaintiffs in data event litigations who allege they are merely at future risk of speculative injury