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Failure to Redact Personal Information from Court Document Does Not Result in Private Cause of Action

In August 2015, Privacy Risk Report published a post regarding Target sealing its documents associated to the massive 2013 data breach in order to protect itself from hackers. Target contended that if documents related to its data breach litigation were filed… Continue Reading →

Expert Witness Testimony Must Be Accounted for While Valuing Damages in Cyber Cases

Although cyber litigation is still evolving, there has been little opportunity to consider the value of expert witnesses and consultants in these cases. However, as we begin to see more claims and litigation, there will be no question that expert… Continue Reading →

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