Cybersecurity Litigation: Consumer Data Protection and Privacy, with 2018 Cumulative Supplement

Offering an in-depth analysis of a vitally important area, this treatise assists lawyers and clients in avoiding litigation by taking appropriate precautions, or if litigation cannot be avoided, responding to lawsuits in the most effective way possible.



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Cybersecurity Litigation: Consumer Data Protection and Privacy is useful not only to those who are already in litigation, but also to those who are advising on or setting up cybersecurity programs, and trying to determine whether these programs are satisfactory.   

Cybersecurity Litigation: Consumer Data Protection and Privacy contains in-depth discussions of:

  • the liability facing companies, boards of directors and other employees responsible for cybersecurity and the recent cases applying those principles
  • necessary internal controls
  • a wide range of litigation issues, tactics, and strategies, including standing, damages, and affirmative defenses such as causation
  • a summary of the statutory schemes and governmental guidance that govern or advise on this new and emerging area of law
  • special chapters focusing on the financial services and health care industries which face additional challenges

Supplement Information:

The 2018 Cumulative Supplement includes:

  • Developments related to efforts to subpoena documents overseas
  • Further standing issues arising out of Spokeo and its progeny
  • The expanded HIPAA enforcement profile by the HHS Office of Civil Rights
  • A new section on the proliferation of ransomware in health care organizations
  • Interpreting privacy interests under FOIA exemptions
  • Governmental guidance on cybersecurity techniques
  • Updates on defenses to a cyber breach case






Bloomberg BNA authors and editors are practicing professionals with insider perspectives and real-life experience. Learn more about this book’s authors and editors.
Samuel Rosenthal is a partner of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough in the Washington, D.C. and New York offices. He is a member of the White Collar Defense & Government Investigations Team. He has represented individuals and entities involved in a range of white collar criminal matters, regulatory issues, and federal civil and administrative proceedings. He also represents clients in diverse industries concerning antitrust matters, including both civil and criminal proceedings. In addition to representing various private individuals and entities, Mr. Rosenthal has represented governmental entities, including the Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA), as well as the U.S. Senate while serving as an associate independent counsel. He is a former chief of the Department of Justice Appellate Section of the Criminal Division.


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