High Court Slams Door on Hypothetical Harm: TransUnion’s Implications for Future Privacy Litigation

Data on Demand: A Video Series by Manatt

In this episode of Data on Demand, host Scott T. Lashway, partner and co-leader of Manatt’s privacy and data security practice, is joined by special counsel Matthew M.K. Stein and partner Christopher A. Lisy to discuss the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez, which revisited the Court’s Spokeo decision from a few years ago to examine concrete harm required for Article III standing. Scott, Matt and Chris unpack hypothetical harm, dissemination and what TransUnion may mean for privacy litigation in the coming months and years, as well as potential impacts for federal and state legislation.

Publish Date: July 20, 2021
Duration: 27.5 minutes



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