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Angelo Carosio

Angelo has been a LexBlog employee for over 8 years, starting on the Success team and then moving into a developer role. These days he mostly spends his time working on the back-end of the LexBlog platform fixing bugs and working on new features for our customers.

Most states offer statutory remedies for offenses relating to unauthorized access or computer-related information or trade secrets.  New Jersey is one such state, and a recent case illustrates specific pitfalls with pleading claims under these acts.  Read on to learn CPW’s take.

In Display Uk v. Ground Support Labs, 2021 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS

As CPW readers may recall, in December 2020, two notable data privacy multidistrict litigations (“MDLs”) were created:  In re: Clearview AI, Inc., Consumer Privacy Litigation (“Clearview”) and In re Blackbaud, Inc. (“Blackbaud”). Since then, each case has experienced a few developments.  Read our summary of developments below, and be sure to subscribe