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District Court Punts On Threshold Questions In BIPA Workplace Claims

The Illinois Biometric Information Protection Act (“BIPA”) has had a significant impact on how employers use timekeeping systems to track employees’ hours at work. Timekeeping systems that allow employees to “clock in” and “clock out” using their thumbprints and fingerprints… Continue Reading →

The Neiman Marcus Case is Back and is Causing “Class Warfare”

The litigation resulting from the Neiman Marcus breach in 2013 continues to create interesting law and precedent.  The history on this matter is significant since Neiman’s breach exposed customers’ credit card numbers. This litigation has already created significant law on… Continue Reading →

New Decision Takes “Accounting” of Expert Witness Findings Related to Data Breach Damages

The recent decision in Blue Book Serv., Inc. v. Amerihua Produce, Inc., 2018 WL 4181482 (Aug. 31, 2018) sheds light on how damages may be calculated in data breach cases.  After analyzing whether an accounting expert was qualified to offer… Continue Reading →

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