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Paul Karlsgodt Speaks at Data Breach and Privacy Litigation Conference

News / January 26, 2016

Partner Paul Karlsgodt is a speaker at the Data Breach & Privacy Litigation Conference 2016 to be held February 11, 2016, in San Francisco. Karlsgodt is part of a panel discussing “Recent Settlements and the Picture They Paint.”

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