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Brian Kint of Cozen O'Connor.. Brian Kint of Cozen O’Connor.

Two cases, one from the U.S. Supreme Court and one from the Illinois Supreme Court, have set the venue for the enforcement and interpretation of an Illinois privacy law squarely in the Illinois state courts, to the exclusion of the federal courts. This situation is likely to spread as other states move to pass their own privacy and cybersecurity laws. As such, state courts are likely to be on the forefront of enforcing state privacy and cybersecurity laws, especially those that provide procedural protections to guard against harms that are difficult to quantify.

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