Twenty-Fourth Annual Institute on Privacy and Cybersecurity Law: Litigation in Privacy and Data Security

| May.23.2023


Douglas H. Meal led "Litigation in Privacy and Data Security," a panel session at Practising Law Institute's (PLI) Twenty-Fourth Annual Institute on Privacy and Cybersecurity Law. During the session, Doug discussed the evolving privacy and data security landscape and litigation arising from data breaches, failure to implement reasonable security, and violations of state-specific data privacy and biometric laws. Other topics included:

  • The privacy and data security litigation landscape, recent notable regulatory enforcement actions, and what to track in the near future
  • Evaluating gating procedural issues for plaintiffs and strategic considerations for defendants
  • Recognizing basic “reasonable security” regulatory requirements to avoid potential litigation and enforcement actions
  • Understanding how to manage data security incidents, maintain attorney-client privilege, and defend against future litigation

PLI's annual Privacy and Cybersecurity Law conference focuses on the latest developments, coupled with strategic approaches, with the goal of keeping attorneys and other privacy and cybersecurity professionals informed and up-to-date and ready to respond effectively in this complex and dynamic area.

CLE Type: General
CLE Credit Hours: 1

CLE Credits Available: Y