Clashing Laws on Consumer Data Privacy May Turn Into New Headache

Cybersecurity and Privacy   |   Life, Annuity, and Retirement Solutions   |   October 1, 2021
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Carlton Fields privacy attorney Patricia Carreiro was quoted in a Life Annuity Specialist article about the development of varying state privacy laws that may affect life insurers. The article also cited Carlton Fields’ 2021 Class Action Survey, in which more than half of general counsel named data privacy litigation as the next wave of class actions.

“The harder part really comes up when you start dealing with multiple laws that aren't necessarily uniform,” Carreiro told the publication. “And that I think is the challenge of state insurance laws.”

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