Assessing Damages in Privacy Cases

San Francisco, CA
03 November 2016
Hosted By: State Bar of California Antitrust, UCL and Privacy Section

In the wake of recent high-profile data breaches, courts and regulators have been forced to grapple with the complex and challenging process of calculating damages in this evolving area of the law. NERA Director Sarah Butler and a panel of leading privacy attorneys will discuss how government enforcers, private plaintiffs, defendants, economists, and the courts determine damages in privacy cases; and address how the recent US Supreme Court decision in Spokeo may impact damages calculations. The session will be held as part of the 26th Annual Golden State Antitrust Unfair Competition and Privacy Law Institute, 3 November 2016, in San Francisco, CA. Visit the State Bar of California website for additional information.

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