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Mike McCarthy to Present on Trends in Data Privacy Litigation for Minnesota CLE
"Trends in Data Privacy Litigation," Data Breach Preparedness and Response, Minnesota CLE, 2015
October 02, 2015

Mike McCarthy, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present "Trends in Data Privacy Litigation" as part of Minnesota CLE's Data Breach Preparedness and Response seminar on October 2, 2015. In this session, Mike will discuss the trends and rise of privacy violation lawsuits, including the types of claims and defenses that are being successfully asserted.

Mike represents clients in complex litigation and appeals in federal and state appellate courts in Minnesota and North Dakota. He has defended putative class actions involving securities and consumer fraud, environmental claims, and antitrust and other alleged statutory violations. In addition, he has experience with and expertise in corporate trust matters, technology-related litigation (including patent infringement), and medical-device liability.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE's Data Breach Preparedness and Response.

 





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