Greenberg Traurig is a sponsor of the Privacy + Security Forum 2024 Spring Academy May 8-10 in Washington, D.C. The conference will break down the silos of privacy and security and bring together seasoned thought leaders hosting panels and workshops designed to deliver practical takeaways for conference participants.

On May 10, Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Ian

Greenberg Traurig is a sponsor of the Privacy + Security Forum 2023 Spring Academy May 10-12 in Washington, DC. The conference will break down the silos of privacy and security and bring together seasoned thought leaders, who will host virtual sessions and workshops designed to deliver practical takeaways for all conference participants.

Wednesday, May 10

Rebekah S. Guyon, a shareholder in GT’s Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice, is quoted in a Corporate Counsel article titled “Big-Dollar Biometric Settlements Emboldening Plaintiffs Attorneys to Bring More Cases.”

Click here to read the full article, published by Corporate Counsel Feb. 23, 2023. (subscription required)

GT Shareholders Ian C. Ballon and Jena M. Valdetero will present at PLI’s Advanced Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and TCPA Class Action Litigation 2023 event Jan. 26, 2023. The program will cover forensic tutorial guides; major new cases and trends from the past year in the law of data privacy and security breach; the latest

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

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 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 violations