Doug Meal participated in “D&O/Cyber: Data Breaches — Essential Knowledge for Corporate Counsel to Effectively Advise the Board,” a panel event at the CLM Cyber, Management, and Professional Liability Conference.
Recent developments in data breach litigation have broad implications for best practices in protecting customer data, as do federal and state efforts to pass privacy legislation — and how to handle biometric data looms large in both instances.
Doug Meal participated in “Class-Action, State Action and Litigation Trends,” a podcast hosted by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) as part of its Privacy Advisor Podcast Series.
Orrick lawyer Amanda Lawrence discussed the FTC's consumer protection enforcement priorities for 2019 and beyond, and how those priorities are likely to shape the provision of consumer financial services.
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