“For years, the plaintiffs’ bar has conjured multibillion-dollar class action lawsuits out of largely intangible privacy harms. This wave of litigation is increasingly driven by federal and state statutes that include private rights of action and allow for excessive statutory damages. Given the willingness of some courts to let cases proceed despite a lack of allegations or evidence of concrete … Continue Reading
Please join us for our October 2018 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.
Hogan Lovells announced last week that Julie Brill will join the firm as a partner and co-director of the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice on 1 April. Brill is a Commissioner at the Federal Trade Commission and her service will conclude on 31 March.
As co-director of the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, Brill succeeds co-director and founding partner Christopher Wolf, who … Continue Reading