In Privacy, Technology Cases, Kavanaugh Largely Echoes Kennedy

The Recorder: With the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh as associate justice to the U.S. Supreme Court, many in the tech and privacy world have started to wonder how the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit judge will fill the void left by former Justice Anthony Kennedywho retired in late June.

“Justice Kennedy and Kavanaugh seemed to be aligned,” said Mutchler Lyons partner Terry Mutchler. “The reality is that with tech and privacy, I’m not necessarily sure that that is where we are going to see big, sweeping changes.”

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Partners Terry Mutchler and Charlie Lyons joined forces to create a new firm dedicated to serving a wide array of clients as they navigate the growing and critically important area of Transparency Law. Mutchler Lyons manages client challenges at the intersection of Media, Law and Government, with a focus on helping agencies, corporations and the media navigate open records, freedom of information, and right to know laws.