Partner Aaron Tantleff was quoted in a CIO Dive article, “GDPR watchdogs bulk up budgets, but COVID-19 slows investigations,” about the progress the General Protection Data Regulation (GDPR) has made in terms of consumer data privacy rights.
As watchdogs bulk up budgets and staff to respond to more infringements, Tantleff said, a degree of consistency should follow. “Based solely on my own experiences … when a penalty is issued, they are smaller in nature if the organization is the party that alerts the supervisory authority,” as opposed to the authority finding out by other means, he said.
As a result of the GDPR and impending legislation in the U.S., such as the California Consumer Privacy Act, businesses have invested millions in data protection, Tantleff added. “This is an investment that would not have happened but for the GDPR,” he said.
29 November 2023 In the News
Daljit Doogal Discusses Foley’s Strategic Growth and Big Law Expansion Trends in Emerging Legal Markets
Foley & Lardner LLP Chairman and CEO Daljit Doogal is quoted in The American Lawyer article, “Big Fish, Small Ponds: How Big Law Is Slowly Infiltrating Emerging Markets,” offering insight on Foley’s continued national growth and Big Law expansion trends.
28 November 2023 In the News
Kyle Faget Discusses Coverage and Reimbursement for Telehealth Services
Foley & Lardner LLP partner Kyle Faget is interviewed by Healthcare IT Today in the article, “What’s a Problem, Technology, Opportunity, or Issue That Not Enough People are Talking About?”
22 November 2023 In the News
Naikang Tsao Assesses Copyright Act’s Fair Use Defense After Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith
Foley & Lardner LLP partner Naikang Tsao authored the Westlaw Today article, “Still too subjective: the Copyright Act’s fair use defense after Andy Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith.”