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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 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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3 Ways to Manage the Cyber Risk Posed by Connected Medical Devices HealthTech Magazine

Connected medical technology is rapidly transforming patient treatment.

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Going global: Data class actions make their way to the EU

Class actions have become an increasingly common means to seek redress in data privacy cases. With data breaches and data privacy claims on the rise, we asked our lawyers in France and the...

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Data breach response and notification under the EU GDPR and U.S. laws Privacy and Cybersecurity Webinar

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Data Class Actions: the era of mass data litigation

Class actions are commonplace in the United States but relatively rare in Europe.

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Cyber risks mounting for networked medical devices Bloomberg BNA

Recent cyberattacks that hit hospitals and pharmaceutical companies spotlight the risks of using medical devices that connect to the internet and transmit sensitive data.

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Spokeo Prevails at the High Court

The Supreme Court of the United States yesterday issued its opinion in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, an important case about the injury-in-fact requirement of Article III standing. In a 6-2...

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Seventh Circuit Finds Article III Standing Following Data Breach, but Significant Hurdles Remain for Plaintiffs Seeking Recovery Cybersecurity and Litigation Alert

In a move counter to the trending precedent in data breach litigation, the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled on July 20 that data breach plaintiffs whose personal...

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