CPW’s Kristin Bryan, a 2022 Law360 Privacy & Cybersecurity MVP as well as a featured subject matter expert for LexisNexis, Christina Lamoureux, and Margaret Booz have co-authored a new chapter of Lexis Practical Guidance titled “Biometric Privacy and Artificial Intelligence Legal Developments.” In this practice note, they explore emerging legal issues concerning the collection, use, and disclosure of biometric data and artificial intelligence (AI). This includes a discussion of the legal regimes often implicated in lawsuit trends that are likely a harbinger of future litigation, recent developments concerning Article III standing, damages, and class certification and settlement, among other considerations.
Kristin is a litigator with deep expertise representing clients in complex bet-the-company data privacy, cybersecurity and data breach disputes in federal and state courts nationwide. She has obtained dismissals of numerous significant data privacy and cybersecurity litigations, in which plaintiffs collectively sought over US$280 billion in liquidated statutory damages for claims that her clients’ business practices violated federal and state privacy laws.
Building on their subject matter expertise in this field, Christina and Margaret have collaborated with Kristin and other SPB litigators on various data privacy litigations, including in the putative class action context. Kristin, Christina, and Margaret’s combined litigation experience and knowledge of the legal regimes and requirements involved in this fast-moving field make for an in-depth exploration in this practical guide.
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