Law360, New York (October 1, 2014, 3:45 PM EDT) -- While working as a defense attorney in the late 1990s, Jay Edelson realized something was missing. So he built a plaintiffs' firm that offered just what he was craving — an environment where Taylor Swift's music and spirited rounds of Wii tennis go hand-in-hand with game-changing work in data security and privacy case law.
During the past decade, Edelson and his Chicago-based firm Edelson PC have fostered a reputation for their uncanny ability to come up with creative standing and damages arguments. Their unorthodox style has led to momentum-shifting rulings in challenges to the data security and information-gathering practices of companies...
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