Information Governance Can Make Data an Asset

Technologies like predictive coding play a significant role in narrowing the scope of data to potentially relevant evidence, but that […]

Preparing For Low-Probability High-Impact Events

Risk appetite, the balance between risk-taking and risk-management, should turn on a careful set of decisions by corporate leaders, with […]

Environmental Cleanup and Recovery for Fraudulent Transfers

The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA) prevents debtors from transferring assets in an effort to frustrate creditors’ collection of debts. […]

From Europe’s Privacy Regulators, Big Penalties But No Rules

With the current state of European privacy regulations, American firms must make additional efforts with their contracts and guarantees of […]

Difficult Due Diligence on Overseas Intermediaries

Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, if the agent of a company pays or offers to pay a bribe to […]

Limits of Cyber Attack Insurance Being Tested in Litigation

Some of the first cases relating to a cyber-attack or data breach relied on traditional insurance forms that contained specific […]

Lessons from Ransomware Attacks on Healthcare Providers

Earlier this year a number of healthcare providers found themselves under siege by targeted ransomware attacks. In February, Hollywood Presbyterian […]

Standing is Key Issue in Cyber Lawsuits

A data breach plaintiff, like any federal plaintiff, must establish standing in order to survive a 12(b)(1) motion to dismiss. […]

Don’t Let “Shadow IT” Take Hold in the Legal Department

Employees are becoming empowered to take workplace technology adoption into their own hands, and that’s become a challenge for IT […]

A Powerful Weapon Against Infringing Imports

Under section 337 of the Tariff Act, the U.S. International Trade Commission conducts investigations into allegations of certain unfair practices […]

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