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February 7, 2020

In the News Today – February 7, 2020

Legislation Banning “Phantom Damages” Moving Through Florida Legislature: Legislation that would ban “phantom damages” in jury trials moved through the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee last week. The bill would prohibit reading the billed price of medical expenses to juries, which is often not the actual amount paid by an insurance company that negotiated discounts. (Law360)

Lawsuit Over Salesforce Breach Could Set The Tone for CCPA: A lawsuit against Salesforce over its recent data breach is among the first to cite the new California Consumer Privacy Act. (Bloomberg)

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