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I’ll be speaking at a data breach and privacy litigation conference on February 11, 2016 at the Julia Morgan Ballroom, 465 California Street, San Francisco.  The program is sponsored by HB Litigation Conferences and features an all-star faculty (present company excluded) of plaintiffs’ and defense litigators, insurers, settlement administrators, coverage lawyers, and other key stakeholders in this exciting and emerging area of the law.  For more information about this can’t-miss program, see the link below.  Hope to see you there!

http://hblc.litigationconferences.com/data-breach-privacy-litigation-request-agenda-2016-0?utm_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Flitigationconferences.com%2F35252%2F

 

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In October, Colorado attorney and Wash Park Prophet blogger Andrew Oh-Willeke asked whether there were any statistics on class action filing in the state and federal courts in Colorado.  I responded by providing the raw data on class action filings that I could find through the Court News Service (see October 15, 2010, CAB Post entitled Colorado Class Action Filing Trends).  Oh-Willeke has since authored a post in which he has added some insightful observations on the raw data, including an analysis of on the burden, or lack thereof, that class action lawsuits may be placing on court dockets and some more general comments on class action litigation in general.  Check out his follow-up analysis at the following link:

http://washparkprophet.blogspot.com/2010/11/class-action-lawsuit-statistics-for.html

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