Alleged violation brings about tremendous cost.
In early 2019, Google® found themselves faced with a fine that came close to $57 million for purported breach of the General Data Protection Regulation. To date, not only is this the first fine for a U.S.-based company, this is the largest fine that has been charged since the GDPR was put in place in 2018. This white paper reviews the charges and what may be done to appeal the fine.
Matthew S. Arend
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Matthew S. Arend is a partner in the Cincinnati, OH office of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP. Matt has significant experience in health care contracting, defending health care clients in medical negligence matters, federal False Claims Act qui tam defense and other litigation involving claims of health care program fraud and abuse. He focuses on handling business and fiduciary litigation matters at the trial court and appellate levels, with an emphasis on complex litigation and class action matters; the defense of health care providers and manufacturers; contract disputes; trade secret and non-compete agreements; and ERISA and other benefits matters.
In addition to his litigation experience, Matt also focuses his practice on all aspects of federal and state privacy and data security issues, including HIPAA compliance, breach analyses, cybersecurity, and state data breach laws. He also routinely advises clients on compliance with federal and state anti-kickback laws, Stark law, Sunshine Act, Medicare Secondary Payer laws, pharmaceutical marketing rules and other regulatory matters. Additionally, his thorough knowledge of the health care arena enables him to effectively counsel clients through audits and investigations, administrative hearings and appeals, and enforcement actions, as well as providing training and strategic planning counseling to minimize risks related to non-compliance.
Jared M. Bruce
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Jared M. Bruce is an associate in the Cincinnati office of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP. Jared focuses his practice on various health care law matters, including regulatory compliance, transactional matters and cybersecurity. His prior experience includes serving as in-house counsel for a large non-profit managed care plan. He drafts and negotiates complex health care-related contracts involving information technology (software licenses and professional service agreements), provider agreements, data sharing agreements and Business Associate Agreements. Jared’s practice includes advising payers, hospitals and providers on compliance and transactional matters related to government-sponsored health insurance plans such as Medicare and Medicaid. Additionally, he has experience representing clients in administrative appeals, Ohio Medicaid State hearings and provider reimbursement disputes.
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