Annmarie Giblin Explains How Treating Data as Property Could Open the Door to Novel Data Litigation Claims
In a recent byline published by The New York Law Journal, Hinshaw partner Annmarie Giblin discusses how a California federal court decision has significantly expanded on a growing trend across courts to recognize the lost property value of data. By affirmatively holding that people have a "property interest in their personal information," the decision in Calhoun v. Google could herald the approach of a long-anticipated data litigation train.
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"How Treating Data as Property Could Open the Door to More Novel Data Litigation Claims" was published by The New York Law Journal on May 9, 2022.