An Early Review of Litigation Trends Under the CCPA

Daily Journal

11 Nov 2020

Mark David McPherson, Purvi Patel, and Mike Burshteyn authored an article for the Daily Journal covering the litigation trends they’ve seen in the first year of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

“It is no surprise that consumers have already filed many lawsuits seeking statutory damages under the CCPA – and that almost all of the cases seek to drastically expand the CCPA’s private right of action provision,” the authors wrote. “Plaintiffs are challenging the limits of the CCPA’s private right of action in any way they can. Given the early stages that all of these cases are in, no court has yet weighed in on plaintiffs’ efforts to expand the scope of the private right of action.”

Read the full article.



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