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Data breach response liability: Jury finds defendant not negligent for response to data breach

In a first of its kind trial, a defendant accused of negligently responding to a data breach was cleared of all liability by a jury last month. After two hours of deliberation, the...

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FTC "resurrects" Penalty Offense Authority for unlawful endorsements and testimonials

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has notified businesses that it is “resurrecting” its Penalty Offense Authority, an enforcement tool that had not been used by the agency...

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Defendants appear to be gaining upper hand in recent ‘session replay’ software litigation
Registered Content

The recent string of decisions rejecting plaintiffs’ wiretap claims suggests this novel trend in privacy litigation is losing steam. But there are steps companies with consumer-facing ...

Analysis

Data class actions guide
Registered Content

Does your processing of personal data fall within the scope of the GDPR? Are you ready to defend potential data-related litigation – in particular, data class actions?

Hogan Lovells Publications

Global Media, Technology and Communications Quarterly – Spring/Summer 2020

Our latest edition features a number of articles focused on guiding businesses through the key impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. We also survey some of the latest legal and regulatory...

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Cyber investigations and privilege: Court finds forensic report not covered by work product doctrine

Last week, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia ordered Capital One to produce a forensic investigation report in multidistrict litigation arising out of the cyber...

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Cyber investigations and privilege: Court finds forensic report not protected

Last week, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia ordered Capital One to produce a forensic investigation report in multidistrict litigation arising out of the cyber...

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COVID-19 and IT service provider contracts: a checklist for force majeure events

The COVID-19, and the various restrictions that have been implemented in response to it, are causing extraordinary business disruptions.

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Ill suited: Private rights of action and privacy claims

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform has published “Ill-Suited: Private Rights of Action and Privacy Claims,” a white paper authored by Hogan Lovells’...

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