Last month, the Illinois Supreme Court heard oral argument in the closely watched case of Cothron v. White Castle System Inc., and is set to decide when claims under Sections 15(b) and 15(d) of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act accrue.

The court’s forthcoming decision in Cothron is likely to have a significant impact on Illinois employers who are facing BIPA litigation, or who use, or have used, biometric technology in the workplace.

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