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By Alyssa Watzman, Bryan Thompson
On March 18, 2019, the commonwealth of Virginia enacted House Bill (HB) 2396, amending the commonwealth's data breach notification statute.
By Jeremy K. Schrag, Morgan L. Simpson
(March 2019) - Technology has made monitoring and tracking drivers and loads more streamlined than ever. Trucking companies have more options than ever to monitor drivers, loads, and fleet performance
By Allison Arabian
On March 28, 2019, Division Five of the First Appellate District Court of Appeal published its opinion in Connelly v. Bornstein (Mar. 28, 2019, No. A152375 ___ Cal.App.5th ___...
By Greg Katz, Nicholas Hurzeler
Our New York office has had another successful run of trial wins, appellate victories, and outstanding settlements. We have compiled some of the most interesting and important wins below.
By Frank Gillman, Bryan Thompson, Candice Y. Farha
Phishing attacks and other email compromise schemes are not just an annoyance in the modern workspace.
By Diane L. Waters, Meryl Mills
On March 7, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced the long-awaited Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) which proposes updates to the required salary amounts ...
By John M. Borelli
New Jersey recently passed legislation to gradually increase its current minimum wage of $8.85 per hour to $15.00 per hour by 2024.
By Dylan C. Whitelock-Wolff, Elizabeth Dill, Christopher E. Ballod
An emerging cyber-attack trend is shifting the paradigm for both cyber-preparedness and incident response: ransomware attacks targeting managed service providers (MSPs).
By David E. Artman, Christopher E. Ballod
The scenario is a sad one, but all too frequent: you come to the office and learn that all your company's computers and servers are encrypted.
By Jeremy K. Schrag
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last month that a Wisconsin town did not violate a local union's First Amendment rights when it required the union to remove a giant inflatable rat staked to a public highway median.
By Katherine Funk
The Antitrust Division (Division) of the Department of Justice (DOJ) investigations of public procurement bids has uncovered multiple criminal violations.
By Sean Hoar, Richard Goldberg
Businesses are constantly targeted by criminals attempting to gain access to information that will allow them to fraudulently divert wire transfers.
By James R. Doyle, Andrew W. Eaton
A crime occurs (aggravated assault, rape, murder, etc.) in an apartment complex, a parking lot, or outside a business. The victim suffers significant injuries or even death from the criminal act.
By Jonathan D. Martin
The law is an ever-evolving and unpredictable thing. As are the courts and their judges – whether dead or alive.
By Matt Goodman
Los Angeles, Calif. (March 22, 2019) – In Furry v. East Bay Publishing, the California Court of Appeal reversed a trial court's decision denying a plaintiff relief for overtime and meal break claims
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