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Another major setback for EU-U.S. data transfer in “Schrems II”
Suzanne Gainey
July 2020, Data Points Blog

Charlotte Privacy and Data Security Associate Suzanne Gainey’s Data Points blog titled, “Another major setback for EU-U.S. data transfer in “Schrems II”, was published on July 24.


GENERAL GUIDANCE ON LEGAL ISSUES RELATED TO COVID-19 AND PRIVACY AND DATA SECURITY FOR U.S. COMPANIES[1]
April 2020, MVA COVID-19 Resource Center

Lawsuit Debate Again Derails Wash. State Privacy Legislation
Leslie Pedernales
March 2020, Law360

Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Counsel Leslie Pedernales was quoted in the Law360 article titled, “Lawsuit Debate Again Derails Wash. State Privacy Legislation” which was published on March 13.


The Washington Privacy Act
Leslie Pedernales
February 2020, Data Points Blog

Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Counsel Leslie Pedernales’ Data Points blog article titled, “Update: The Washington Privacy Act” was published on February 18.


Washington State Legislature Takes Another Shot At a Consumer Data Privacy Law
Leslie Pedernales
January 2020, Data Points Blog

Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Counsel Leslie Pedernales’ Data Points blog article titled, “Washington State Legislature Takes Another Shot At a Consumer Data Privacy Law” was published on January 22.


The Wait is Over: Proposed Regulations Implementing the CCPA are Released
Suzanne Gainey and Tandy Mathis
November 2019, Data Points Blog

Charlotte Privacy and Data Security Associate Suzanne Gainey and Counsel Tandy Mathis’ Data Points blog titled, “The Wait is Over: Proposed Regulations Implementing the CCPA are Released” was published November 1.


California Legislature Provides Relief for Businesses Processing Employee Data
Karin McGinnis
October 15, 2019, Data Points Blog

Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Member Karin McGinnis published the Data Points Blog titled, “California Consumer Privacy Act Update: California Legislature Provides Relief for Businesses Processing Employee Data”.


US Data Breach and Privacy 2019 Legislative Recap
Tandy Mathis
July 2019, Data Points Blog

Charlotte Privacy and Data Security Counsel Tandy Mathis published a blog post on July 1 titled, “US Data Breach and Privacy 2019 Legislative Recap.”


McGinnis quoted in TechTarget
Karin M. McGinnis
April 5, 2019

Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Member Karin McGinnis was quoted in the TechTarget article, “Data breach legislation proposes jail time for CIO, HR execs” which was published April 8. The article discusses how data breaches caused by negligence may lead to jail time for corporate executives under legislation introduced last week by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren.


What In-House Counsel Can Do To Fight Cyberthreats
McGinnis Quoted in Law 360 Article
Karin M. McGinnis
September 2018, Law360

Charlotte Privacy and Data Security Member Karin McGinnis was quoted in Law 360 on September 20. The article titled, “What In-House Counsel Can Do To Fight Cyberthreats,” discusses how in-house counsel can play a pivotal role in helping their businesses prepare for possible data breaches, as companies of all sizes across industries seek to maintain security amid unprecedented challenges from cyberattacks.


Federal Trade Commission PrivacyCon 2016 Recap: Insights into the FTC’s Perspective on Privacy and Data Security
Karin McGinnis
January 2016

Efforts to Fix Data Security Flaws Carry Weight With FTC
Karin McGinnis and Leslie Pedernales
February 2015, National Law Journal

Does your company have insurance coverage for a data breach?
Sumner & Firestone publish data breach litigation article
Lesley A. Firestone
December 2014, InsideCounsel

Sumner and Firestone were published by InsideCounsel on December 3.


Cybersecurity Special Report: Trade Commission Takes Hard Line on Data Security
Judge agrees that absence of adequate safeguards can represent an unfair trade practice.
Karin McGinnis & Todd Taylor
November 2014, National Law Journal

Karin McGinnis and Todd Taylor were published in National Law Journal on November 24.


The consumer may not be your worst enemy in the case of a data breach
Sumner & Gaskins publish data breach litigation article
Brandon Gaskins
November 2014, InsideCounsel

Robert Sumner and Brandon Gaskins authored a data security article published in InsideCounsel on November 3.


The typical data breach lawsuit and how to protect your company
Sumner & Vervais publish data breach litigation article
October 2014, InsideCounsel

Robert Sumner and Mindy Vervais were published by InsideCounsel in October. The article is first in a three-piece data breach series.


Privacy & Data Security Update: Supreme Court Rules that Warrants are Required for Cell Phone Searches
Karin M. McGinnis, Todd C. Taylor
June 27, 2014

On June 25th, the Supreme Court brought the Fourth Amendment into the digital age with its ruling in Riley v. California.


Sumner & Firestone Published by SCDTAA
Robert Sumner and Lesley Firestone
May 2014, The DefenseLine

Litigation attorneys Robert Sumner and Lesley Firestone were published in the Spring 2014 issue of The DefenseLine.


Social Media - Love it or leave it?
Charlotte Privacy & Data Security Member published in 2014 Law Journal
Karin McGinnis
May 2014, Business North Carolina

Member Karin McGinnis published social media insight for businesses in Business NC's 2014 Law Journal.


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