Maybe it’s because I was at a cybersecurity conference last week, but somehow cyber issues are dominating this week’s newsletter— from a case that could change the data breach litigation landscape to emerging problems around cybersecurity risk disclosure. In non-cyber news, a look at how Boeing recruited 11 ex-Supreme Court clerks to its legal department.

Welcome back to Inside Track, where we’re covering key issues for in-house lawyers, answering your pressing questions and keeping you in the know about what your colleagues are up to. I’m Jennifer Williams-Alvarez, covering in-house lawyering from New York City. If you have questions or something to share, you can email me at [email protected] or find me on Twitter at @jenkayw.

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