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Tag Archives: Data Security

Court Rules on D-Link Motion to Dismiss in FTC Matter

By Michael Rubin, Scott Jones, Cooper Rekrut On September 19, 2017, Judge Donato of the Northern District of California ruled on Defendant D-Link System Inc.’s (D-Link) Motion to Dismiss, which challenged claims by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that D-Link’s conduct constituted unfair and deceptive trade practices in violation of Section 5 of the FTC Act. … Continue Reading

Webcast: The Role of General Counsel Before and After a Data Breach Incident

Speakers: Jennifer Archie, Kevin Boyle, Gail Crawford & David Schindler The legal and business consequences of recent high-profile data breaches are varied and severe. Today, lawyers and executives for large enterprises must assess and advise on complex multi-jurisdictional notification, investigation, litigation and remedial issues that arise following a major data breach incident. How are general … Continue Reading

Data Security: Compliance and Enforcement in the Hospitality Industry

August 2 Webcast to Consider Risks and Responses A recent high-profile enforcement action by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) provides meaningful context and occasion for examining data security risks in the hospitality industry. In late June, the FTC filed suit against global hospitality company Wyndham Worldwide Corp. and three of its subsidiaries for alleged data security … Continue Reading
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