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22 03, 2020

CCPA Blog Series: Post No. 2—Consumer Rights Under the CCPA

2020-03-22T20:07:08+00:00March 22nd, 2020|Litigation Articles|

In our first post on the CCPA, we provided an overview of the CCPA and its many impacts on businesses. In this post, we’ll focus on one of the most important aspects of the CCPA—the new rights it vests in consumers. Not only do these rights allow consumers to have more control over the information businesses collect about them, but these Continue Reading

22 03, 2020

Litigation is emotional.

2020-03-22T18:26:51+00:00March 22nd, 2020|Litigation Law Tips|

March 2020

Monthly Litigation Law Tip

Litigation is emotional for everyone involved. Attorneys gather facts and apply the law to reach a resolution informed by client goals.


12 02, 2020

Show Me the Money! –Ninth Circuit Clarifies CAFA Standards

2020-02-18T21:17:53+00:00February 12th, 2020|Litigation Articles|

In Arias v. Residence Inn by Marriott, the Ninth Circuit clarified and reiterated standards related to the removal of an action to federal court under the Class Action Fairness Act (“CAFA”) — namely, what a defendant must show to meet the CAFA amount in controversy requirement and how a district court may respond to a notice of removal.

When removing based on Continue Reading

7 02, 2020

CCPA Blog Series: Post No. 1—Introducing the CCPA

2020-02-18T21:16:15+00:00February 7th, 2020|Litigation Articles|

The CCPA is a hot topic among California businesses, but you may be wondering exactly what it is or how it may affect you and your business. We have your answers. This is the first post in a series of blogs about the CCPA and how it is changing the legal landscape related to data privacy in California and beyond.

What is Continue Reading

7 02, 2020

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

2020-02-07T23:09:07+00:00February 7th, 2020|Litigation Law Tips|

February 2020

Monthly Litigation Law Tip

Multiple new laws took effect in January. The California Consumer Privacy Act is one them and is expected to generate litigation in 2020. Check this blog to see whether the CCPA applies to your business.

9 12, 2019

You Want To Scrape My What?!?! Public LinkedIn User Profile Data Can Be Gathered And Used By Third Parties

2019-12-18T19:01:39+00:00December 9th, 2019|Litigation Articles|

Who controls access to user data available online such as LinkedIn profiles? In hiQ Labs, Inc. v. LinkedIn Corp. the Ninth Circuit recently addressed this question, holding that LinkedIn does not have the right to control access to data publicly available on its website.

HiQ Labs provides “people analytics” to employers by “scraping” data from individuals’ public LinkedIn profiles. Scraping can be Continue Reading