Justin’s article, “Collection and Protection of Biometrics: No Harm, No Foul?” looks at the legal ramifications of collection of biometric information without consent. Justin discusses Rosenbach v. Six Flags Entertainment, in which the Illinois Supreme Court held that collection of biometric information without consent constitutes a cognizable injury under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”). Additionally, the article considers whether Florida courts will rule similarly for claims under Florida’s impending BIPA law.
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About Justin M. Guido
Justin M. Guido is an associate in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Class Action & Mass Litigation practice group. Prior to joining Shutts, Justin worked was an associate attorney at a general practice firm where he handled all aspects of civil litigation. He focused his practice on general negligence, insurance and casualty, including personal injury and negligent security. Justin holds the accreditation of Certified Information Privacy Professional in U.S. Private-Sector Privacy Law (CIPP/US) from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. In this capacity, he has defended clients in data breach class action litigation and advised companies on information management practices.