Hogan Lovells today announced the formation of the Coalition for Privacy and Free Trade. The formation of the new coalition follows the announcement by President Obama that the United States and the European Union soon will commence negotiations for a Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement (formally, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)), and Japan’s announcement of its […]
Chambers USA ranks the leading firms and lawyers in an extensive range of practice areas throughout America, including privacy and data security, based on client research. We are pleased and gratified that the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice has been ranked in the top band, and that both of its practice leaders, Chris Wolf and Marcy Wilder, have been selected for top rankings among practitioners.
Law 360, the daily online news source about the legal profession, has just published an interview with Chris Wolf (linked to in this blog entry). Chris, along with Marcy Wilder, leads the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice. The wide-ranging interview includes Chris’ views on current challenges in privacy law and reflections on his career. Some of Chris’ upcoming public appearances also are listed in this entry.
This blog entry describes and links to articles from today’s Wall Street Journal and New York Times concerning the proliferation of appps (at the expense of software manufacturers) and the issue of app privacy, and how industry is addressing it. Hogan Lovells’ Chris Wolf is quoted in the Times article on how app developers should invest in creating privacy policies as a fundamental requirement, and a free webinar on app privacy hosted by the Mobile Marketing Association in conjunction with the Future of Privacy Forum is described, with a registration link.