To Be Or Not To Be: Standing In Invasion of Privacy Cases

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In the case of Frank v. Gaos, argued before the United States Supreme Court on October 31, 2018, oral argument took an unexpected turn, leading the Justices to direct the parties (and the Solicitor General) to brief the question of whether any named plaintiff had standing, i.e., whether they were in fact injured, in a...

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Nevada Privacy Law Goes Into Effect October 1

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What happens in Vegas, may now indeed need to stay in Vegas.  Although California’s sweeping new privacy law has dominated the headlines, other states are enacting their own, different privacy laws, and it’s important to understand the differences. Partner Stacy Stitham identifies some things we should know about the new Nevada privacy law.

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Peter Brann Moderates Panel on State Privacy Regulation at Harvard

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On March 1, 2019, partner Peter Brann moderated a panel entitled, “The State of State Privacy Regulation,” at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard. The panel was part of the 2019 AGTech Forum on Cybersecurity and Privacy. The fourth annual event brought together State Attorneys General and staff from State AG...

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