Massachusetts Aims to Increase Data Privacy

S.120 defines personal information as “any information relating to an identified or identifiable consumer.” This covers personal information ranging from an individual’s physiological, biological, and behavioral characteristics, to their fingerprints, face and hand patterns, and voiceprints.

First American Financial Exposes Data of Millions

May 31, 2019- Kohn, Swift & Graf is currently investigating the multibillion-dollar corporation, First American Financial, for exposing the data of millions of customers. Lack of Security Exposes Data for Millions of Customers It’s been alleged that First American Financial left more than 885 million sensitive documents dating as far back as 2003 exposed online…. Read More

Piping Rock Essential Oil Not All Natural as Claimed

The issue KS&G consumer protection attorneys are pursuing is whether these products have misleading labeling, causing consumers to believe the “all natural” or “pure” oils they are buying are actually pure and free of synthetic, unnatural ingredients.

Americans Receive Billions of Robocalls and Climbing

February 1, 2019- In a recent article from The Mercury News, Americans received 26.3 Billion robocalls just last year alone. That number is expected to increase. One report stated that up to half of all cellphone calls in 2019 could be spam, leading many people to not answer their phones altogether. This has prompted Federal Regulators… Read More

Predatory Lending Scheme

January 21, 2019- Kohn, Swift & Graf is currently investigating a predatory lending scheme within the $15 billion a year merchant cash advance industry.