In Bradenberg v. Meridian Senior Living, LLC, No. 20-cv-03198 (C.D. Ill. Sept. 30, 2021), another BIPA complaint this year proceeded past the complaint stage, as the Court found that Plaintiff’s allegations were sufficient to state a claim.  While open ended questions remain regarding the statute’s scope and damages provisions (some of which may

In re Mednax Services, MDL No. 2994, is an MDL (multidistrict litigation) pending in the Southern District of Florida, currently in its early stages.  2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 195342, *8-9 (S.D. Fla. Oct. 9, 2021).  In a striking move late last week, a federal court ordered a stay of the proceedings pending resolution of

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Federal Court Gives Preliminary Approval of $92 Million TikTok MDL Settlement Over Objections – Consumer Privacy World

California Privacy Agency Announces Appointment

Last week a federal court in Illinois granted preliminary approval to a $92 million settlement reached in the TikTok multidistrict litigation (“MDL”), over objections that had been raised in March concerning the basis and terms of settlement.  Read on to learn more.

As readers of CPW already know, last year the Panel on Multidistrict

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Data Breach Probes, Suits Will Test T-Mobile’s Cyber Coverage-CPW’s Ericka Johnson Talks to Law360 – Consumer Privacy World

Ninth Circuit Limits “Public

Earlier this month the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a district court order denying Comcast Cable Communications, LLC’s (“Comcast”) motion to compel arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) claims brought against it by a former cable subscriber.  The Plaintiff had brought a putative class action challenging Comcast’s privacy and data-collection practices for subscribers

Earlier this week, in the context of a data incident involving a health care company, an Arizona federal court determined that plaintiffs had Article III standing but then went on to dismiss plaintiffs’ claims for failure to state a claim, although it granted plaintiffs leave to amend.  Griffey v. Magellan Health, 20210 U.S. Dist. LEXIS

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In Case You Missed It: CPW’s Alan Friel, Kyle Fath and Kristin Bryan Present An Update on US Privacy Laws and Litigation

In case you missed their presentation this week to the Association of Corporate Counsel, the webinar given by CPW’s Alan Friel, Kyle Fath and Kristin Bryan was recorded and is now available here.  In it they cover an update on new US privacy laws, including for California, Colorado and Virginia (among others), as well

Since this summer CPW has declared session replay software litigation predicated on violation of state wiretap statutes as dead in the water.  Judges apparently agree.  Earlier this month yet another court kicked to the curb a session replay software dispute that asserted violations of Florida’s wiretap law, the Florida Security of Communications Act (“FSCA”).