Nicola Vinovrški, Legal Director, has been published in the Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation for a co-authored article which discusses some recent English case law developments which, when considered together, herald a significant change to the big data breach landscape and an increase in the risk of civil liability of financial institutions. Given the relatively new prospect of large civil group actions in this jurisdiction in respect of big data breach, the article identifies some key issues risk teams should be aware of and also how much such a claim might cost if successful.
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This material was first published by Thomson Reuters, trading as Sweet & Maxwell, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ, in Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation as James Oldnall and Nicola Vinovrški, “What Naomi Campbell Can Teach Financial Institutions about Big Data Breach: Key Principles and Recent Developments in English Case Law” (2020) 35 J.I.B.L.R. 284–290 and is reproduced by agreement with the publishers.”