Survey: How Law Departments are Working Smarter

The 2016 HBR Consulting survey found that worldwide corporate law department spending increased a modest one percent from the prior […]

Regulatory Enforcement Post-Election

The Trump Administration will likely seek to scale back many forms of regulatory enforcement. However, President Trump campaigned on a […]

Implications of the SEC’s Universal Proxy Card Rules

In October 2016, the SEC proposed amendments to the federal proxy rules that would require universal proxies in connection with […]

The Four “Cs” of Drafting an Effective Arbitration Clause

Arbitration is not suited for every contract, dispute, or business. However, a comprehensive and well-drafted arbitration clause will allow the […]

Preparing the Expert Witness for Deposition

Most civil cases today involve the use of testifying experts to address both liability and damages issues. The presence of […]

Three Expert Lessons About Digital Threats

There is increasing need for organizations to strengthen security measures as part of their information governance plan. To do this, […]

Spymail Risk Often Ignored

Approximately 10 percent of non-spam business emails are spymail – email containing hidden tracking code that relays details about the […]

The FTC’s Strong Hand in Cyber-Privacy Cases

The authors briefly review the FTC’s enforcement authority against unfair or deceptive acts and practices, and examine pre-and post-settlement enforcement […]

Five Common Misconceptions About Cybesecurity

The first misconception is that a breach is inevitable and there is little in-house counsel can do to prevent it. […]

Get Ready for More Cyber Litigation

The Great Recession of 2007-2009 caused a precipitous drop in litigation, and legal spend for litigation dropped as well. That […]

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