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David P. Saunders (CIPP/US, CIPM) is an experienced litigator who focuses his practice on privacy and cybersecurity matters. David helps clients mitigate and manage risks related to data privacy and cybersecurity, from counseling on compliance with privacy regulations and managing data incident responses, to navigating regulatory investigations and handling biometric and other privacy-related litigation. David works collaboratively with a diverse range of clients, from small business and pro bono clients to multinational Fortune 100 companies, understanding and advising on their data practices to provide guidance on the myriad issues that arise in today’s digital world. Additionally, David has experience conducting risk assessments, developing privacy programs, drafting privacy policies, performing due diligence for corporate transactions, planning around cross-border data transfers, negotiating vendor agreements and working with clients through data incident response. He regularly counsels on HIPAA, HITECH, GDPR, GLBA, CCPA and state law privacy obligations, including engaging with key rulemakers at the state level to advance clients’ interests. He has litigated and helped resolve matters related to data privacy and cybersecurity issues, including navigating potential and actual regulatory investigations. Read David P. Saunders's full bio.
FTC Flexes Its Muscle in Suit against Kochava (But May Not Like the Results)
By Lesli Esposito, Amy Pimentel and David Saunders on Sep 1, 2022
Posted In Consumer Protection/Privacy, FTC Developments, U.S. Supreme Court Developments
On August 29, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a lawsuit against Kochava, Inc. alleging that Kochava engaged in unfair and deceptive practices by selling the “precise location information” of consumers. This suit comes on the heels of the FTC’s announcement earlier this month that it would “crack down” on “commercial surveillance practices” and...