Data Analytics Industry Experience

  • Analyze and respond to cease and desist letter regarding data mining of information from primary information aggregator.
  • Analyze and respond to cease and desist letter addressing aggregation of online reviews using automated software crawlers.
  • Risk analysis regarding data aggregation for purposes of training machine learning algorithms in connection with acquisition transaction.
  • Risk analysis regarding scraping by HR Analytics start-up in connection with venture capital investment.
  • Risk analysis of U.S. anti-hacking and copyright law ramifications for acquisition of European AI company.
  • Risk mitigation strategies for transportation analytics client experiencing hyper-growth.
  • Analyze and mitigate risk related to scraping of competitor’s website.
  • Mitigate risk related to aggregation of consumer credit information.
  • Create specialty cyber insurance product to be offered by cloud provider’s captive insurer. 
  • Draft and negotiate cyber warranty and backing insurance policy to protect cybersecurity company’s corporate customers. 
  • Create specialty technology errors & omissions liability coverage to back-up fraud guarantee protection offered by crowdfunding platform.
  • Negotiate numerous cyber and technology errors & omissions liability policies for wide variety of technology and non-technology companies ranging in size from start-ups to members of the Fortune 5.

Firm Highlights

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Senate Democrats Release Competing COVID-19 Privacy Bill

Democratic Senators Richard Blumenthal and Mark Warner have introduced the  Public Health Emergency Privacy Act  in response to  the bill of the same subject released by Senate Republicans  (the  COVID-19 Consumer Data Protection Act...

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Signatures Submitted for Inclusion of New California Privacy Law on November Ballot

Californians for Consumer Privacy has announced that it has secured and submitted enough signatures to qualify its California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) for inclusion on California’s November 2020 ballot. Alistair Mactaggart, the architect behind...

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GDPR in 2020: What You Need to Know

In the article "GDPR in 2020: What You Need to Know," Nate Garhart discussed the newly clarified guidelines for extraterritorial application of GDPR. Read the full article on Toolbox , here .

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Zoom Successfully Addresses New York’s Privacy and Security Concerns

A few weeks ago on this blog, we addressed some of the legal issues that have arisen for Zoom , as it becomes a significant part of American daily life during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

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In Novel Case, Insurer Sues Own Law Firm After Data Breach

Tyler Gerking was quoted in the Law360 article "In Novel Case, Insurer Sues Own Law Firm After Data Breach." In the article Tyler said, "This case shows some of the hazards that all companies face...

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Reopening Businesses Must Consider Employee and Consumer Privacy

While we’re far from returning to the “normal” that predated the COVID-19 pandemic, states have begun to relax lockdown requirements and some previously “nonessential” businesses are returning to operations. Along with these openings, governmental...

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A Roadmap to Litigating Privacy Claims? A Look at a Recent Order From the Google Assistant Privacy Litigation

As privacy-related litigation continues to heat up, Judge Beth Freeman (ND Cal.) recently laid out in In re Google Assistant Privacy Litigation (Case No. 19-cv-04286) [1] a potential roadmap for surviving or winning a...

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Federal “COVID-19 Consumer Data Protection Act” Proposed

A group of Republican senators has proposed a new privacy law to govern the collection and use of certain personal information thought to be both important and at risk during the current coronavirus crisis...

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Reopening Plans and Recommended Protocols Beg New Privacy Issues

While far from getting us back to any kind of normal that predated the COVID-19 pandemic, states have begun to relax lockdown requirements and some previously closed “nonessential” businesses are returning to operations. With...

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Trademark Office Deadlines and Coronavirus-Related Delays (Updated)

With all of the business interruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many worldwide trademark offices have taken steps to recognize the issues caused by the crisis. The offices in which applicants from the U.S...

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