Katina Brountzas, Senior Director at Prime Clerk, addresses the framework of applicable non-bankruptcy law, protection of sensitive information in bankruptcy cases, the identification and treatment of personally identifiable information (PII) and more.
Debtors filing for bankruptcy are subject to follow both broad data security laws and applicable bankruptcy statutory provisions. This article analyzes the data security laws and provisions for debtors, including non-bankruptcy laws such as HIPAA and GDPR, discusses ways to handle PII disputes, and looks at court opinions and orders in support.
Download this in-depth research to learn more about:
- Non-bankruptcy privacy legal framework
- Federal and state guidelines and privacy laws
- International privacy laws
- Contractual obligations
- Protection of sensitive information in bankruptcy filings
- Treatment of PII and strategies for resolving disputes
- Treatment of patient records in bankruptcy
- Disposing of sensitive records and data
*This article was originally published in the Thomson Reuters Publication, Practical Law.