Trained litigators and data privacy attorneys defend companies facing class action data breach lawsuits under the California Consumer Privacy Act.
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He advises companies operating in the cannabis, hemp and CBD space on a range of corporate matters.
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In a Cannabis Law alert, Matthew Kittay and Alexander Kerzhner write about a significant data breach involving software widely used by cannabis dispensaries that revealed the industry's need to secure customers' personally identifiable information. The incident involved an unencrypted database with 85,000 files containing sensitive medical data that was left exposed to anyone who came across it on the internet.
In an interview about Pacific Gas & Electric’s massive bankruptcy and its impact on the victims of wildfires looking for relief in a $13.5 billion settlement with the utility, Fox bankruptcy attorney Michael Sweet told The New York Times: “They are turning the victims into human shields. You only go into bankruptcy because there isn’t enough to go around for everyone.”
In a post on the Employment Discrimination Report blog, Alex Maultsby explores the questions that arose during a recent age discrimination argument before the U.S. Supreme Court, including: Can enough “OK, Boomer” remarks create a hostile work environment? What about a comment by a hiring manager in an interview? Could that prove bias in denying the applicant a job?