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PODCAST April 28, 2022

A Look at New Privacy Litigation Targeting the Sharing of Consumer Personal Data

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Key Takeaways

  • We discuss the growing trends in privacy litigation.
  • Topics include sharing and sale of consumer personal data, plaintiffs’ liability theories, and best practices for companies to consider in order to reduce the risk of privacy claims.

We discuss the growing trends in privacy litigation, particularly litigation targeting company practices regarding the sharing and sale of consumer personal data, plaintiffs' liability theories, including the right of publicity, and best practices for companies to consider in order to reduce the risk of privacy claims.

Aliza Karetnick, a Ballard Spahr partner and Leader of the firm's cross-practice Consumer Products and Retail Team, leads the conversation, joined by Phil Yannella, a Ballard partner and Practice Leader of the firm's Privacy and Data Security Group, and Greg Szewczyk, a Ballard partner and member of the firm's Privacy and Data Security Group.

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