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About Nury Siekkinen

Nury Siekkinen

Nury's practice focuses on litigating complex commercial cases in federal, state, and bankruptcy courts, including defending companies against class action lawsuits. She has represented clients in matters involving the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (“ECPA”), the Video Privacy Protection Act (“VPPA”), Michigan Video Rental Privacy Act (“VRPA”), the Illinois Biometrics Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”), and state privacy and unfair competition laws. Nury also advises clients on matters related to overseas litigation and foreign criminal investigations.

Recent Posts

A Delaware bankruptcy court held that the Stored Communications Act forbids the disclosure of a subscriber’s email content to the representatives of a bankruptcy estate where the subscriber has not given consent. The case, In...

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The cost of fraud prevention services, fraudulent credit card charges, and time spent monitoring for fraudulent activity are sufficient to confer standing upon data breach victims, or so says the Seventh Circuit. In its second...

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The “pick-off” move does not moot an individual plaintiff’s (or a putative class’s) claim. That’s the bottom line from the Supreme Court in the 6-3 ruling in Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez, which resolved a circuit...

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The Federal Trade Commission announced a settlement requiring Lumos Labs, the company behind the Lumosity “brain training” program, to pay $2 million to the FTC and agree to certain future restrictions on advertising. The FTC...

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