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May 23, 2019

In the News Today – May 23, 2019

Defense Counsel: Class Action Risk “Difficult to Overstate” In Proposed Mass. Privacy Law: It is “difficult to overstate the magnitude of class action litigation risk” stemming from a proposed Massachusetts privacy law,” three Pierce Atwood attorneys say, becuase the private right of action included in the bill could “become the broadest in the country.” (Law360)

“Tips For Using DOJ Guidance In A Compliance Program”: Two compliance experts walk through the details of the U.S. Department of Justice’s updated corporate compliance guidance, and offer ways for companies to utilize it in compliance programs. (Law360)

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