Privacy Class Actions Post-Spokeo: Leveraging Injury-In-Fact Requirements
Establishing or Refuting Concrete and Particularized Injury
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will prepare class counsel to leverage the injury-in-fact requirements for Article III standing in privacy class actions in light of the recent Supreme Court opinion in Spokeo v. Robins and will outline strategies for class counsel to argue for or against whether injuries in privacy actions are concrete and particularized.
- Injury-in-fact post-Spokeo
- Tangible vs. intangible injury under Spokeo
- Violations of statutes which provide for private causes of action after Spokeo
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What must a privacy class action plaintiff allege to establish Article III standing post-Spokeo?
- Can intangible privacy injuries constitute injury-in-fact?
- Are fears that data could be used to harm individual privacy interests sufficient to establish injury-in-fact?
- Can procedural harms satisfy the Spokeo requirements?
David S. Almeida
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
Mr. Almeida focuses his nationwide practice on navigating clients through class action lawsuits, complex business... | Read More
Mr. Almeida focuses his nationwide practice on navigating clients through class action lawsuits, complex business litigation and regulatory investigations across a variety of industry sectors including telecommunications, marketing and advertising, hospitality, and healthcare. He is a Co-Team Leader of the firm's consumer class action defense team and the firm's TCPA practice group, as well as an active member of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security Group.Close
F. Paul Bland, Jr.
Mr. Bland has been responsible for developing, handling and helping attorneys litigate a diverse docket of public... | Read More
Mr. Bland has been responsible for developing, handling and helping attorneys litigate a diverse docket of public interest cases. He has argued and won more than 30 cases that led to reported decisions for consumers, employees or whistleblowers in six of the U.S. Courts of Appeal and the high courts of nine different states. Mr. Bland has presented at more than 100 CLE or professional conferences in more than 25 states, and has testified in both houses of Congress, and several state legislatures and administrative agencies.Close