| October 27, 2009

Privacy and Security Law Report

Companies in today’s economy must take stock of their information privacy and security practices to hedge against unnecessary liability. Issues of concern in this challenging economic environment include increased risk of exposure to data breaches brought on by unhappy or laid-off employees, unwanted liability due to inadequate or poorly enforced privacy and security policies, and restrictions on the use of personal information in the face of an eventual bankruptcy.

About the authors

  • John B. Kennedy is a Partner in the New York, NY offices of Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf.
  • Nathan C. Dee is a DL Pursuits in the offices of Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf.

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