Four Rothwell Figg attorneys, Jenny Colgate, Caitlin Wilmot, Martin Zoltick, and Jennifer Maisel, authored the U.S. section of Mondaq’s Data Privacy Comparative Guide.

Mondaq’s Comparative Guides provide an overview of key points of law and practice, and allows users to compare regulatory environments and laws across multiple jurisdictions on a global scale.

If you’re a company that has been scratching your head and racking your brain since the Schrems II decision issued on July 16, 2020, invalidating Privacy Shield and calling into question all data transfers between the EU and third countries on surveillance-related grounds, your wish for more guidance has finally come true.

This week, the

Although this is no ordinary campaign, recent news shows how politicians have many of the same worries as typical businesses.  On Thursday, October 29, 2020, the Wisconsin Republican Party reported that it had been victimized by a Business Email Compromise (BEC). There are many ways in which a criminal may conduct a BEC scam but

The  Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was passed in 1991 and is known by many as the law that created the “do-not-call” rules.  The statute includes a number of restrictions related to telephone, text, and fact solicitations, including a prohibition against what is colloquially known as “autodialing” and “robocalls,” and it creates a private right

A lawsuit recently filed against Amazon.com for a violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Protection Act (“BIPA”) should serve as a reminder to all companies engaged in COVID-19-related employee and/or customer scanning that it is important to determine what privacy and cybersecurity laws apply to your screening measures, and confirm that you are engaging in

On Wednesday, the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation conducted a hearing to revisit the potential for a national data privacy standard. While the Committee had met last December to discuss what Congress should consider when drafting a federal privacy bill, the game has since changed. Given that COVID-19 has drastically altered life as

Is a U.S. federal privacy law on the horizon?

Tomorrow, September 23rd at 10:00 a.m., U.S. Senator Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), chairman of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, will convene a hearing titled, “Revisiting the Need for Federal Data Privacy Legislation.”

The hearing will examine the current state of consumer data privacy and legislative

Partners Martin Zoltick and Jenny Colgate, along with associate Caitlin Wilmot, will present a webinar titled “Connected Healthcare – Navigating the Patchwork of US Privacy Laws and Developing a Platform that Promotes Trust” for the American Bar Association (ABA) on Monday, September 21, 2020, at 1 pm ET.

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