Following the recent revelations about Yahoo’s data breach, Firm Attorney, Walt Sapronov, and Michael D. Blake, an Advisor to our Sapronov Government Affairs affiliate
Following the recent revelations about Yahoo’s data breach, Firm Attorney, Walt Sapronov, and Michael D. Blake, an Advisor to our Sapronov Government Affairs affiliate (http://wstelecomlaw.com/?page_id=15627 ), were interviewed about its implications by Sarah Cohen, a reporter for CTFN. http://ctfn.news/app/uploads/2015/05/ctfn-one-pager.pdf . CTFN, a publication that focuses on mergers, acquisitions and corporate developments of Interest to investors, published our remarks in a discussion about the likelihood of class actions in response to the breach, as well as its impact on Yahoo’s pending acquisition by Verizon. For additional details, please visit http://ctfn.news/class-actions-yahoo-data-breach-comparatively-constrained/ .
Class action liability as a consequence of data breach was also the subject of our presentation at the recent International Arbitration Symposium. Firm Attorneys, Walt Sapronov and Joseph Srouji,http://wstelecomlaw.com/?page_id=15598 , delivered the presentation June 5, 2016, Salzburg Austria, at the Bi-annual International Arbitration Symposium, Center for International Legal Studies. http://www.cils.org/home/conference.php?ConferenceID=278&. A copy of their presentation will soon be published by the Journal of Transnational Dispute Management. https://www.transnational-dispute-management.com/. For more information or for a copy of these materials, please contact us at email@example.com.”