In this edition of Cordery Head to Head @ Home Cordery’s Jonathan Armstrong talks to Professor Eric Sinrod from his home in California.
They reflect on a recent developments in data breach and data protection litigation. Jonathan talks about some of the recent cases in the UK which have limited some types of US-style class action litigation including the Lloyds v Google case which you can read about here https://www.corderycompliance.com/lloyd-v-google-ruling/
He also talks about some favourable rulings from the courts in England & Wales which have also shown the courts concern over trivial data breach claims including the Rolfe case here https://www.corderycompliance.com/ukdp-damages-claim-threshold/and the Johnson case here https://www.corderycompliance.com/damages-minor-dp-infringement/
He also talks briefly about class actions in the EU and the rest of Europe. Eric talks about class actions in the US involving data breaches. He has 10 quick points on data breach litigation in the US.
He talks about the mosaic of laws across the US which have been the basis of class action cases in the US. He also discusses some recent US cases including Tsao v. Captiva.
You can listen to earlier TechLaw10 audio podcasts with Eric and Jonathan at www.techlaw10.com.
You can find out more about Eric here at Duane Morris LLP https://www.duanemorris.com/attorneys/ericjsinrod.html and more about Jonathan here https://www.corderycompliance.com/our-people/jonathan-armstrong/.
You can view more Cordery Head to Head interviews here http://bit.ly/corderytv.
TechLaw10 is a 10-minute audio podcast update from U.S. lawyer Eric Sinrod (Duane Morris) and UK lawyer Jonathan Armstrong (Cordery) where they share insights on developments where technology intersects with the law in the EU and the U.S. These well-known commentators are sought out in the media for their opinions on breaking news and developing trends. Whether you are in North America or Europe, now you can hear directly from them regarding the latest technology issues at home and across the pond.