Law360, New York (January 2, 2017, 1:03 PM EST) -- Privacy attorneys are expecting the upcoming year to bring payoffs involving a host of long-simmering legal questions, including what exactly plaintiffs need to allege to prop up statutory privacy claims, how far the Federal Trade Commission can go in policing data security and whether the newly inked trans-Atlantic Privacy Shield data transfer mechanism is indeed a stronger mechanism than its predecessor.
Fueled by the movement of many established disputes to appellate courts, the privacy litigation landscape promises to be anything but boring in the coming months, with the ongoing and consuming task of tracking how courts continue to interpret the U.S....
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