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Mylan Traylor is an associate in the firm's Privacy & Data Security practice. Mylan has experience drafting winning dispositive motions, discovery and procedural motions, complaints, and third-party subpoenas in state and federal court. Mylan also has extensive electronic and written discovery experience and is familiar with multiple e-discovery platforms.

Minnesota’s governor signed the Minnesota Consumer Data Privacy Act (MNCDPA or the Act) into law at the end of May, making Minnesota the 18th state to enact a comprehensive consumer privacy law. The MNCDPA will take effect for most covered entities on July 31, 2025. The law provides a 30-day cure period, which will sunset on January 31, 2026, six months after the Act’s effective date. Entities that violate the Act are subject to injunction and civil penalties of up to $7,500 per violation. Like most other state privacy laws, the MNCDPA does not include a private right of action and will be enforced solely by the attorney general.Continue Reading Minnesota’s Unique Spin on Consumer Data Privacy

Enacted in 1998, Illinois’ Genetic Information Privacy Act (GIPA) governs the confidentiality and use of genetic testing and genetic information by employers and insurers. The statute was designed to prevent employers and insurers from using genetic testing and information as a means of discrimination. To that end, GIPA prohibits employers and their agents from directly or indirectly soliciting

The Illinois Supreme Court recently opened the floodgates for class actions under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and created potentially massive and catastrophic exposure for Illinois businesses. In a close 4-3 ruling, the landmark decision in Latrina Cothron v. White Castle System Inc. holds that every individual scan or transmission of biometric data made