Boulder Partner David Zetoony was quoted extensively Jan. 1 in The American Lawyer regarding the future of cyber litigation. Recent signs indicate that courts may be more receptive to newer theories for holding companies accountable for data breaches. If those theories were to take hold, Zetoony said the landscape of private cyberbreach litigation could change dramatically. “If someone can figure out a good theory for data breaches that leads to more compensation and really cracks that open, we’ll see a lot more activity,” he said. The article also highlighted statistics from Bryan Cave’s 2015 Data Breach Litigation Report. Zetoony is the leader of Bryan Cave’s global Data Privacy and Security Team.