The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, as well as state procedural rules, permit parties to a lawsuit to conduct discovery, in search of information and documents that may be relevant to the litigation. Parties can issue requests for documents, information (called interrogatories), and admissions of fact to other parties to the lawsuit; parties may use

Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Ian C. Ballon, Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Intellectual Property & Technology Practice, will present the Strafford webinar “Mitigating Cybersecurity Class Action Litigation Risks: Policies, Procedures, Service Providers, Notification, Damages” on Thursday, Nov. 10, 1:00-2:30 p.m. EST.

The panel will discuss how businesses can implement policies, procedures, and

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides plaintiffs with a private right of action to pursue statutory damages following data security breaches that impact certain sensitive categories of personal information and are caused by a business’s failure to institute reasonable and appropriate security. Although the CCPA does not permit private suits with respect to alleged

The California Consumer Privacy Act provided plaintiffs with a private right of action to pursue statutory damages following data security breaches that impact certain sensitive categories of information and are caused by a business’s failure to institute reasonable and appropriate security. Although the CCPA does not permit private suits with respect to alleged violations of

In a unanimous decision released on April 22, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court upended decades of lower court precedent by finding that Section 13(b) of the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC Act) does not authorize the FTC to seek, or a court to award, equitable monetary relief such as restitution or disgorgement. Instead, in AMG