Hear from three seasoned pros, including Mayer Brown’s John Nadolenco, on the latest in private privacy and data security litigation. The first portion of this 90-minute session cover so-called “zip code litigation” in California, in Massachusetts following the decision in Tyler v. Michaels Stores, in DC, New Jersey and elsewhere, and will explore a variety plaintiff theories, the expanding nature of this litigation, and similar statutes in other states. The second portion of this session will focus on data security litigation trends, with a look into the latest theories of liability by the plaintiffs’ bar and how the companies targeted by these theories and their counsel have sought to defend against them. The third and final portion of the session will cover so-called tracking cases (cookies, LSOs, etc., in both federal and state court) and litigation developments under the Video Privacy Protection Act.