In this episode, Paul Glass, head of Cybersecurity in the UK, is joined by Teresa Michaud, co-chair of the North America Class Action subgroup, and Stephen Reynolds, partner based in Chicago, as they discuss consumer class actions in relation to data breaches and security incidents. Listen in to hear about:

  • overriding themes that have characterized the last year of US class action litigation
  • cybersecurity and data privacy trends and significant developments in the class action space, including post-Ramirez standing challenges and the effect of new state legislation
  • best practices for preparing for class action litigation and predictions for the years ahead

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Paul is head of cybersecurity in the UK and a key member of our wider data protection team. For 15 years, Paul has guided clients through all types of major data security incidents as well as complex technology and data disputes. Paul pioneered an award-winning data breach and dark web scanning tool which was the first product of its kind in the legal market.


Teresa advises on all aspects of dispute resolution, primarily complex business disputes, class actions, intellectual property and international arbitration. She is the Co-Chair of the North American Class Action Subgroup.


Stephen Reynolds frequently advises clients on complex matters involving data privacy and security laws and serves on the board of directors of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Stephen’s expertise adds value to organizations by mitigating cyber threats through proactive preventative measures and navigating complex litigation on behalf of clients in data privacy and security. He is uniquely able to and routinely uses his computer background in cases involving data privacy and security, electronic discovery, social media discovery, and computer forensics.