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Video Privacy Protection Act: How Will N.Y.’s Courts Protect ‘Personally Identifiable Information’?

Based on the law’s current landscape, it is difficult for companies to confirm without doubt whether a specific kind of information is PII, especially with respect to types of consumer data that have not yet been at issue in a litigation. Having a full understanding of the laws (both the VPPA and VCPA) and receiving advanced consumer consent to disclose PII can help limit companies’ exposure.

Juxtaposition in Foreclosure Defense Litigation: Legislative Intent vs. Practical Reality

Foreclosure defense is constantly evolving and is an extremely exciting and challenging area of law.

Discovery in Cross-Border Disputes: Choosing Between Domestic Litigation and International Arbitration

When deciding which dispute resolution mechanism is best suited to a favorable outcome, discovery is a consideration of paramount importance. Whether one wishes to seek broad, offensive discovery of their adversary or a limited discovery as to their own records, such decisions can influence the choice between U.S. litigation and arbitration.

In the Heat of Dealmaking, Beware of Waiving Attorney-Client Privilege

Litigators are very attuned to the questions presented by attorney-client privilege. Deal lawyers may not be as attuned.

The ‘Well-Pleaded Complaint Rule’ and Pushing the Bounds Post-‘McCulloch’

‘McCulloch’ is emblematic of the growing difficulties defendants face in attempting to remove cases to federal court.

Applying N.Y.’s Borrowing Statute to Asset-Backed Securities Claims After ‘Deutsche Bank’

A recent First Department decision, however, has potentially injected some uncertainty into limitations periods applicable to claims involving asset-backed securities where the trustee resides outside New York.