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It’s Time to End Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption

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“Litigate or Arbitrate” Is a False Dichotomy

For existential problems, courts often are the deciders, while alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can resolve lesser matters more efficiently.

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Senator Asks Regulators To Sanction UnitedHealth For Lax Cybersecurity

In 2022 the FTC sanctioned companies for lax cybersecurity in two cases. Will UnitedHealth face a similar response?

Non-Disparagement Clause Blocked by State's Anti-Discrimination Law

Non-Disparagement Clause Blocked by State’s Anti-Discrimination Law

Read more about a ruling that says a non-disparagement clause may not prevent plaintiffs from discussing “a claim of discrimination, retaliation or harassment.”

COVID-19 Related Insurance Question Resolved

COVID-19 Related Insurance Question Resolved

Can the actual or potential presence of the COVID-19 virus on an insured’s premises constitute direct physical loss or damage to property?

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Executive Order Will Spur Big Changes In Cybersecurity

Executive Order Will Spur Big Changes In Cybersecurity

Read how these changes in cybersecurity will affect security practices for government contractors, cybersecurity vendors, and software solution providers.

Manufacturing Industry Is the Most Attacked by Cybercriminals

Manufacturing Industry Is the Most Attacked by Cybercriminals

Discover why manufacturing’s low tolerance for downtime creates made-to-order leverage for extortion, causing it to be the most attacked by cybercriminals.

Hackers Hit Santander Bank

Hackers Hit Santander Bank

A post on a hacking forum identified the Santander Bank perpetrators as ShinyHunters, the same group that recently stole data from AT&T and Ticketmaster.

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