Riddell Williams congratulates the following individuals who have been designated 2016 Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, Top Women Attorneys and Top 100 Super Lawyers: 2016 Super Lawyers Bruce J. … read more
Shata represents major corporations in complex commercial disputes in state and federal courts. She has experience working on a wide variety of legal issues, including data privacy, patent infringement, products liability, insurance coverage, and hazardous waste cleanup.
Before joining Riddell Williams, Shata served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Harriet Lansing, Minnesota Court of Appeals.
CLE Presenter, “Trends in Data Security and Health Information Privacy,” Seattle University School of Law, August 3, 2016
CLE Presenter, “Data Security for Health Information: Perspectives, Trends, and Risks,” Seattle University Law School Health Law Certificate Program, August 12, 2015
“The Federal Trade Commission’s Recent Comments on Big Data,” Riddell Williams News Alert – June 16, 2015
“Data Privacy and Security Obligations: The Essential Questions Every Business Must Ask,” RW Breakfast Briefing, May 6, 2015
“Privacy and Data Security Considerations for the Use of Dashboards,” Riddell Williams Breakfast Briefing – October 7, 2014
“Pitfalls and Potential of Emerging Payments,” Association of Corporate Counsel-Washington Chapter Technology Summit, June 3, 2014
“Strict New Anti-Spam Rules Take Effect in Canada July 1st,” Riddell Williams News Alert – June 2014 (PDF)
“Identifying, Managing and Responding to Data Privacy and Data Security Risks,” Riddell Williams Litigation Breakfast Briefing, April 9, 2014
“SEC Puts Focus on Cybersecurity,” Riddell Williams News Alert – April 2014 (PDF)
CLE Presenter, Attorney-Client Privilege and Ethical Issues for In-House Counsel (December 5, 2013)
CLE Presenter, United States v. Graf and Attorney-Client Privilege: Best Practices for Working with Environmental Consultants, Environmental & Land Use Law: What You Need to Know for 2011 (December 8, 2010)
Protecting Communities from Unwarranted Environmental Risks: A NEPA Solution for the ICCTA, 91 Minn. L. Rev. 836 (2007)
Shata has been designated a Washington Rising Star®
Board Member, Literacy Council of Seattle
Board Member, Washington Appleseed
Shata earned her B.A. in English from Yale University and her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Minnesota Law School. In law school, she served as a managing editor of the Minnesota Law Review, participated in the Environmental Law Moot Court, and taught as a student instructor in the First Year Legal Research and Writing Program.
Shata has also earned the Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US) credential through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Shata L. Stucky's NEWS, EVENTS, AND PUBLICATIONS
There are numerous open questions about how Big Data will be regulated. What types of decisions can be made, in what context, and what disclosures need to be … read more
Join attorneys Bruce Goto, Gavin Skok and Shata Stucky as they discuss the data management, privacy and security questions every business should ask, and the actions every business … read more
If 2014 was the year of the data breach, then 2015 may well become known as the year the government fights back. This year has already seen a … read more
Data security is quickly becoming one of the most pressing issues affecting businesses. The security threats are numerous – “hacker attack,” point-of-sale network intrusion (e.g., Target), stolen hard … read more
Learn from a leading data graphics expert, nonprofit accountant, and lawyer how effective selection and display of key data on financial performance can help your board and staff … read more
This is a quick reminder that Canada’s strict new Anti-Spam Legislation goes into effect on July 1, 2014, and has broad implications for emails and text messages sent … read more
This presentation is designed to assist corporate counsel in identifying data privacy and data security risks in their organizations and to develop tools to manage and respond to … read more
Following a wave of large data breaches and increased Congressional pressure, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is taking a closer look at cybersecurity disclosure requirements. With the … read more
Two Recent Decisions Highlight Shrinking Traditional Insurance for Data Breach Liability, Consideration of New Policies
In the war between businesses and hackers, data breach losses present potentially astronomical legal exposure and business expense, for which insurance would be very helpful. Any company that … read more
The Ninth Circuit recently held that a corporation’s attorney-client privilege extends to communications between corporate counsel and outside consultants who are “functional employees.” See United States v. Graf, … read more
June 4, 2010 Newsletter (PDF). The Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) continues to add to the list of industries which may become subject to financial-responsibility requirements under the Comprehensive … read more