So did you hear the one about the big law firm (Clark Hill) that suffered a data breach, retained counsel to represent it and then had to produce an expert report analyzing the damage the data breach had potentially caused to its clients?
What a story! Wild stuff.
That’s just one of the HUGE consumer privacy world pieces from the last wild week of privacy litigation law. Be sure to check out consumerprivacyworld.com if you haven’t already. Here are some recent posts:
FTC Settles Allegations of Deceptive Practices by Photo Storage App Provider
Beware: The Report Expressly Prepared for Trial Counsel May Not Be Privileged After All | Consumer Privacy World
No Article III Standing for Latest Clearview Plaintiff: Seventh Circuit Affirms District Court’s Decision to Remand BIPA Class Action to Illinois State Court | Consumer Privacy World
Only One Bite at the Class Certification Apple: Court Denies Plaintiff’s Request for a “Do-Over” Based on Evidence that Could Have Been Brought Before | Consumer Privacy World
Liability Upon Payment: A Court Recognizes a Duty in Data Breach Litigation | Consumer Privacy World