24 Oct 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
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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.”