The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit recently upheld a district court decision dismissing a putative class action filed by two plaintiffs against the maker of the NBA2K videogame series. The plaintiffs alleged five violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA). The district court dismissed plaintiffs’ claims for lack of Article III standing, and the plaintiffs appealed.
Archives for December 2017
New allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace appear in the headlines daily now. We have all heard the reports about Harvey Weinstein, former president George H. W. Bush and now Matt Lauer.
Illinois hospitals routinely use physician peer reviews and hospitals and other health care facilities quality control committees to improve the quality of patient care. These reviews most-often, but not always, look into a specific patient’s care where there has been a negative outcome to determine if there is something that the can be done to […]