Recent Blog Posts
April 3, 2020
Slack is a popular cloud-based team collaboration and messaging platform used by a wide variety of organizations. Similar to other workplace messaging platforms that have grown in popularity, Slack remains largely unknown to many lawyers and judges. Nevertheless, Slack contains business communications, documents, graphics, and other information that may be subject to discovery. A lack of knowledge about Slack can lead to complications with fulfilling preservation, collection, and production discovery obligations.
March 25, 2020
While the rest of the world has been grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, the California Attorney General published on March 11, 2020, the second set of revisions to its proposed regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act. As the March regulations bring further clarity (and, some in instances, confusion) to the CCPA landscape, litigation is also beginning to shape the CCPA. Consumer rights lawsuits have been filed in California federal courts that could clarify and test the limitations of the CCPA’s private right of action.