New Privacy Litigation Targets Sharing of Consumer Personal Data

March 22, 2022
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This episode features a discussion on the growing trends in privacy litigation, particularly companies sharing and selling consumer data, plaintiffs’ liability theories, including the right of publicity, and some best business practices to consider in anticipation of privacy claims.

Leading this discussion is Aliza Karetnick, a Partner in our Philadelphia office. Aliza is joined by Philip Yannella, a Partner in our Philadelphia office, and Gregory Szewczyk, a Partner in our Denver office.

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