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Christopher M. Mason

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Data Privacy

02.18.21

NYC biometric privacy legislation targets retail use of facial...

Public Finance

09.23.20

LIBOR is ending: Are you prepared for the transition?

Data Privacy

09.17.19

California Legislature amends the 2018 Consumer Privacy Act in...

Data Privacy

05.19.16

SCOTUS declines to decide Spokeo, but reaffirms the principle...

  • 05.18.16

    SCOTUS declines to decide Spokeo, but reaffirms the principle...

    The Supreme Court declines to issue a definitive ruling in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, but the six-to-two majority opinion strongly reaffirms the constitutional principle that, in order for a plaintiff to have standing to bring a claim in federal court, the plaintiff must have suffered an actual, concrete injury, even in the context of a claim brought under a statute that affords private relief for purely procedural violations.

    Category TCPA