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LITIGATIONWeek: This Week in California Litigation

18 February 2011
Mayer Brown Legal Update

California’s impact on national and even global business reaches far beyond its state line. Whether you are based in California, have operations here or do business in the state, regulatory and judicial decisions made here can affect your business significantly.

In LITIGATIONWeek, a weekly audio update, litigators from Mayer Brown's California offices provide commentary and analysis on important litigation occurring in the state.

California Supreme Court Rules Zip Codes are Personal Identification Information and Cannot Be Recorded During Credit Card Transactions
by John Nadolenco

California Court of Appeal Holds Federal CAN-SPAM Act Does Not Preempt State Anti-Spam Statute
by Michael Kerr

For more information about the topics addressed in this series, please contact our LITIGATIONWeek editors,  , or visit us at

Don't miss our upcoming teleconference: The Fallout From the California Supreme Court’s Ruling in Pineda v. Williams-Sonoma: How Should Retailers in California Respond?


  • John Nadolenco
    T +1 213 229 5173
  • Michael F. Kerr
    Senior Counsel
    T +1 213 229 9593
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