EPIC Amicus Curiae Briefs
EPIC frequently files amicus curiae, or "friend of the court", briefs in federal and state appellate cases concerning emerging privacy and civil liberties issues.
We work closely with technical experts and legal scholars, members of the EPIC Advisory Board, on these briefs. EPIC's amicus briefs assist judges in their analyses of novel privacy issues, often involving new technology. Many of these cases are complex and technical. Judges often acknowledge EPIC's briefs in their opinions, and have expressed gratitude for EPIC's participation in important cases. EPIC's decision to participate as amicus in a particular case typically follows an extensive review of matters pending before federal and state courts.
Interested in potential amicus opportunities in pending privacy, civil liberties, and technology cases? Visit the EPIC Amicus Tracker.
Search results for: Drivers Privacy Protection Act
McDonough v. Anoka County 799 F.3d 931 (8th Cir. 2015)U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit | Drivers Privacy Protection Act
Whether the statute of limitations under the DPPA accrues based on when the violation occurs or when it is discovered
Maracich v. Spears 570 U.S. 48 (2013)Supreme Court | Drivers Privacy Protection Act
Concerning the Scope of the 'Litigation' Exception to the Drivers' Privacy Protection Act
Gordon v. Softech Int'l Inc. 726 F.3d 42 (2d Cir. 2013)U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit | Drivers Privacy Protection Act
Concerning Reseller Liability for an Alleged But Undisclosed Impermissible Use of Driver Information Under the DPPA
Kehoe v. Fidelity Bank 421 F.3d 1209 (11th Cir. 2005)U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit | Drivers Privacy Protection Act
Concerning the Driver's Privacy Protection Act
Reno v. Condon 528 U. S. 141 (2000)Supreme Court | Drivers Privacy Protection Act
Concerning whether the Driver Privacy Protection Act, which prohibits the disclosure of personally identifiable information and motor vehicle records by public agencies and private persons, was an unconstitutional breach of federalism principles.
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