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Stephanie A. Diehl

Stephanie Diehl is an associate in the Litigation Department in New York. She is a trial lawyer and registered patent attorney whose practice focuses on patent litigation and IP counseling. Stephanie’s practice spans a wide range of technological fields, including software, payment processing, computing systems, cellular phone technology, and medical devices. Stephanie has represented clients in district courts and in the U.S. International Trade Commission. Additionally, Stephanie has represented clients before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and has experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications.

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Structuring a Two Track Cyber Investigation: Lessons from Wengui v. Clark Hill

As the D.C. District Court in Wengui v. Clark Hill recently commented, “[m]alicious cyberattacks have unfortunately become a routine part of our modern digital world. So have the lawsuits that follow them….” The court’s decision in that case has added another data point to developing jurisprudence of the cyberattack landscape, specifically concerning the discoverability of post-breach … Continue Reading

Amid Pandemic Remaining New York SHIELD Act Data Security Requirements Have Taken Effect

The developing coronavirus pandemic affects businesses and personnel within the state and elsewhere.  With more New Yorkers working from home, there are more opportunities for cyberattacks through unsecure remote connections and the public concern growing each day. The New York SHIELD (“Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security”) Act was signed to law on July … Continue Reading
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