Supreme Court

In a recent decision from the Middle District of North Carolina, a federal district court found a plaintiff in a Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) case to have Article III standing to bring his claims in federal court, relying on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Ramirez last year and so denied an employer defendant’s Motion

In a closely watched development, President Biden will nominate D.C. Circuit Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court to fill a vacancy opened when Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement.  Judge Jackson is a graduate of Harvard Law School and during her time on the bench has issued several rulings that bear upon issues

This month a federal court dismissed a data event litigation pending in federal court concerning claims raised under the federal Drivers’ Privacy Protection Act (“DPPA”), 18 U.S.C. Section 2724, and California statutory and common law.  The decision reiterates that plaintiffs in data event litigations who allege they are merely at future risk of speculative injury

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Federal Ban on Targeted Advertising: Joint Bills Introduced in the House and Senate | Consumer Privacy World

Acting New

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Consumer Loan Data Seller Receives $1.5 Million FTC Penalty, With Accompanying Executive Liability | Consumer Privacy World

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The Supreme Court has vacated a $9.7 million judgment against Rocket Mortgage, LLC (formerly Quicken Loans) and ordered the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider its ruling in light of TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez (2021).   Read on to learn more.

First, some background.  As a reminder, any party wishing to sue in federal

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Squire Patton Boggs Named a World Leader in Data Protection by Global Data Review | Consumer Privacy World

2021

2021 was another record setting year for biometric litigation, with class action plaintiffs bringing new AI-based consumer privacy claims and a continuing trend of employment-based disputes.  Read on for CPW’s highlights of the year’s most significant events concerning biometric litigation, as well as our predictions for what 2022 may bring.

Overview of 2021 BIPA Litigations:

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CPW’s Top Ten Posts for 2021 | Consumer Privacy World

2021 Year in Review: CCPA Litigation | Consumer Privacy World

2021 Year

2021 has been a busy year in the realm of data privacy, security and innovation.  The CPW team has covered key developments in real time to keep its readers informed every step of the way.  Below are CPW’s Top Ten Posts for 2021.

Data Privacy and Cybersecurity FTC Priorities Going Forward | Consumer Privacy World