Doug Meal will be leading "How to Mitigate Evolving Litigation Risk in Privacy and Data Security: Lessons Learned from the Trenches," a panel discussion at Practising Law Institute's (PLI) Twenty-Third Annual Institute on Privacy and Cybersecurity Law. Doug and his fellow speakers will cover key ...
Partner Douglas H. Meal will lead a Litigation Update panel at NetDiligence's Cyber Risk Summit in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Along with private sector co-panelists, he will discuss recent developments in data breach and privacy litigation; information harvesting and data misuse cases; and new and ...
Doug Meal and Marc Shapiro, Partners in Orrick's Complex Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group, review the current class and collective action environments in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Partners Doug Meal and Seth Harrington led a panel at the Retail Industry Leaders Association Education Conference on litigation strategy best practices for fighting back against credit card company claims following cyber attacks.
Partner Douglas H. Meal moderated a discussion on recent government cybersecurity initiatives following a town hall hosted by the Sedona Conference’s Data Security and Privacy Liability Working Group (WG11).
Please join us in this program presented by Doug Meal and Seth Harrington, both partners in Orrick’s Boston office, to learn about insights on hot topics, trends and concerns regarding cyber litigation.
October.30.2019 | Orrick Tokyo
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