June 19, 2019

Episode 2: Private Rights of Action with Harold Kim and Mark Brennan

Debates are raging in Congress and state capitals over data privacy and the best standards for collecting, handling, and storing personal data as well as the legal consequences when those standards aren’t followed.

In this episode, Harold Kim, Chief Operating Officer of the U.S Chamber Institute for Legal Reform and Mark Brennan of the Hogan Lovells law firm talk about the troubling trend of outsourcing data privacy enforcement to individuals and plaintiffs’ lawyers through what are called private rights of action.

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