BIPA’s Back in the News: Illinois Supreme Court Gives Unionized Employers ‎Respite From Costly Privacy Law Claims

In light of the Illinois Supreme Court’s string of recent, individual-friendly decisions related to Illinois’s Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) (see our Firm’s commentary on those decisions here and here), it was wholly reasonable for employers subject to BIPA to be anxious about the Court’s next BIPA decision. Add labor unions to the mix, and employers were well within their rights to be wary. But the Illinois Supreme Court’s recent Walton v. Roosevelt University decision may actually…
By: Locke Lord LLP
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