Capital Brief: Noumi's Financial Disclosure Lawsuit Highlights 'Legal Privilege' Challenges

“The role of legal advice in data breaches is fraught with challenges for several reasons”
In a recent Capital Brief article, Hicksons’ Commercial Dispute Resolution Partner Chloe Ellis comments on the Noumi financial disclosure lawsuit.
Chloe touches on the challenges that this case brings up for both voluntary and statutory disclosures to regulators, and how this can impact companies that suffer data breaches.
Read the full article here.
Please view Chloe’s profile here, or find out more about Hicksons’ Commercial Dispute Resolution here.

Article co-written by Rafael Owen.
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