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Federal Privacy Law May Need Bigger Boost Than Midterms


02 Nov 2018
Reprinted with permission

Morrison & Foerster partner Nathan D. Taylor believes that once the dust settles on the election cycle, we’ll begin to get a better sense of what a national privacy law could look like.

“I think we’ll have a sense pretty early in 2019, when all the trade associations go to the Hill and the party leadership comes out with their plans, about what a federal privacy bill might look like and how serious Congress is going to be about these issues,” he said in the Law360 article “Federal Privacy Law May Need Bigger Boost Than Midterms.



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