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5 Questions with Anja Lambrecht: Digital Advertising, Targeting, and Apparent Bias

We interview Professor Lambrecht, an authority on digital marketing related to online advertising, promotion, pricing, and consumer behavior.


Nemet et al. v. Volkswagen Group of America Inc. et al.

A federal judge dismissed a proposed class action against Volkswagen and excluded plaintiffs’ expert evidence.


Legal and Economic Analysis of Personal Data–Related Collective Actions in the UK

The authors discuss how the right to compensation under the GDPR and DPA 2018 has introduced a significant risk of damages actions following allegations of unauthorised use of personal data.


Economic and Legal Issues in Data Privacy and Data Breach Group Litigations: Key Takeaways

At a July 2020 event, speakers discussed economic and legal issues arising in data privacy and data protection litigation.


Online Marketing

In this series, we discuss how academic and industry research can provide conceptual insights, potential data sources, and analytical techniques to support or rebut expert testimony related to online advertising…


Reimagining the Consumer Decision Journey

The internet has transformed many aspects of life over the last three decades.


Invasion of Privacy Consumer Class Action

The court rejected the plaintiffs’ proposed conjoint survey in an invasion of privacy class action, and denied class certification in a related false advertising class action.


Expert Forum: Economic and Legal Issues in Data Privacy and Data Breach Group Litigations

At this Cornerstone Research webinar, attorneys, economists and academics discussed economic and legal issues arising in the context of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the UK Data Protection…


In re General Motors LLC Ignition Switch Litigation

After a U.S. district court judge granted General Motors’ motion for summary judgment, the judge preliminarily approved a settlement that is less than 1 percent of the Plaintiffs’ originally claimed…


Johannessohn et al. v. Polaris Industries Inc.

The court declined to certify the class in this product liability litigation, ruling that the plaintiffs had no standing and failed to fulfill predominance requirements.


Assessing Health Data Privacy Damages During A Pandemic

The authors discuss how increased telehealth and contact tracing could open the door to class actions related to data privacy and data breaches.


5 Questions with Donna Hoffman: How Technology Is Changing the Consumer Experience

Professor Donna Hoffman, of George Washington University, shares insights into the impact of technology on consumer behavior.

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