Navigating Cloud Litigation’s Claims and Theories

So much can go wrong when data is stored in the cloud that it is probably no surprise that cloud-service providers and their customers find themselves increasingly involved in lawsuits. As BakerHostetler partners John Hutchins and Paul Karlsgodt recently explained in a Practising Law Institute webinar on cloud computing in the courts, plaintiffs face many obstacles on the path to victory. The Cybersecurity Law Report takes a close look at common elements of lawsuits in this space and how litigation might be avoided altogether. See “Measures for Resolving Business Disputes Over Data Privacy and Security” (Sep. 19, 2018) and “The Advantages of Sending Data Up to the Cloud” (Jun. 17, 2015).

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