Navigating Evolving Data Breach Litigation and Regulatory Risks

Companies face “virtually inevitable” class action lawsuits when their customers experience data breaches affecting substantial amounts of consumer information, Orrick partner Douglas H. Meal said at the Practising Law Institute’s Twenty-Fourth Annual Institute on Privacy and Cybersecurity Law. He and Sidley partner Alan Charles Raul took a comprehensive look at the regulatory and litigation implications of data breaches, including recent developments in class action litigation, the impact of recent Supreme Court decisions on regulatory agencies, and regulatory and enforcement activity by the FTC, SEC and other government bodies concerning cybersecurity and data privacy. See “How Law Firms Can Prevent, Detect and Respond to Ransomware Attacks” (Sep. 15, 2021). 

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