What if you caught someone looking in your window four times in one week—standing in your yard and generally just scoping the scene, making you feel quite violated—and when you called the police to report it they said “well, did that person actually harm you? Can you prove it hurt you in any way?” That seems to be the state of things in the privacy world, as Baker Hostetler’s Gerald Ferguson explains today on LXBN TV as he discusses a failed class action suit against Amazon. In today’s roundup, Scott Riddle (loooong-time LXBN author) sheds light on a case that may invalidate thousands of Georgia foreclosures. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 165.
- Identification of Absent Class Members: How Much Effort is Enough? – Washington, DC lawyer Ronald Wick of Cozen O’Connor on the firm’s blog, Class Action Defense Review
- Flip, Flop – Beware Short Sale Scams – Fort Myers lawyer David Fowler of Henderson Franklin on the firm’s blog, The Legal Scoop on Southwest Florida Real Estate
- Internet Fraud: How to Spot a Possible Scam on the Web – Corporate investigator Philip Segal of Charles Griffin Intelligence on their blog, The Ethical Investigator
- Use of Eminent Domain to Seize Mortgages: Not Likely a Panacea (or is it?) – Hartford lawyer Krystyna M. Blakeslee of Dechert on the firm’s blog, Crunched Credit
- Theft of Employee Data from Third-Party Vendor Exposes Employer and Vendor to Privacy Class Action – Boston lawyer Kevin McGinty of Mintz Levin on the firm’s blog, Privacy & Security Matters
- Reese v. Provident Funding: Georgia Court of Appeals Ruling Potentially Invalidates Thousands Of Foreclosures – Atlanta lawyer Scott Riddle in his Georgia Bankruptcy Law Blog
- Apple v. Samsung. Take two. Some basic legal principles. – Seoul lawyer Nathan McMurray of Barun Law on his blog, Korea Law Today
- Could the CFPB’s first filed enforcement action result in a challenge to Director Cordray’s appointment? – Philadelphia attorney Alan Kaplinsky of Ballard Spahr on the firm’s CFPB Monitor
- Corporate Officials’ Strict Liability Conviction Under the Responsible Corporate Officer Doctrine Can Have “Career-Ending” Consequences – Ohio attorney Kevin LaCroix of OakBridge Insurance Services in his blog, The D & O Diary
- SCOTUS Decision on the PPACA – Implications for Healthcare Industry Sectors Part II – Legal marketing expert Lindsay Griffiths of International Lawyers Network on Zen & The Art of Legal Networking
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