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The rise of data protection group litigation actions in England and Wales

Class actions are widely known for their popularity in the United States. These types of actions are now developing in the UK because of recent data breach litigations. In the UK, group litigation can arise in two different scenarios: Group Litigation Order (“GLO”) or representative actions. GLOs are orders given by the Courts to manage … Continue Reading

U.S. lawyers urge courts to respect EU data privacy laws – ‘Hobson’s Choice’ just got harder!

This post was also written by Nick Tyler and Regis Stafford. The American Bar Association (ABA) this week passed an important resolution urging all courts in the U.S. to: “consider and respect…the data protection and privacy laws of any…foreign sovereign, and the interests of any person who is subject to, or benefits from such laws, with … Continue Reading
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