By Esther Slater McDonald, Seth J. Fortin, Wan LiRhea Yu, and Craig B. Simonsen

Seyfarth Synopsis:  The People’s Republic of China is making progress in implementing its mandatory “social credit system.”  Multinational businesses in China should be watchful of this system, and ready for it when it rolls out – if it hasn’t already.
Continue Reading Multinational Company in China – Are You Concerned About the Personal Credit System and Privacy Provisions in China? You Should Be!

By Esther Slater McDonald

Seyfarth Synopsis: In Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, the U.S. Supreme Court held that a plaintiff must have a concrete injury to sue for FCRA violations. Following Spokeo’s remand, courts have held that consumers have standing to sue if their reports are inaccurate even if an inaccuracy did not adversely affect them.

In Spokeo,
Continue Reading Robins v. Spokeo, Inc.: Ninth Circuit Holds That A Materially Inaccurate Report Is A Concrete Injury Even If The Inaccuracy Did Not Adversely Affect The Consumer

Data privacy issues keeping you awake at night?  Our colleagues, part of Seyfarth’s Global Privacy and Security Team (GPS), are here to help shed some light on this increasingly more complex body of law.  See the blog posted here.  Also, please consider joining us up for an upcoming webinar, on September 22, 2015, that will address Information Security
Continue Reading Information Security Policies and Data Breach Response Plans – If You Updated Yours In June, It’s Already Obsolete