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By Liisa Thomas, Pavel Sternberg
As we wrote when the law passed, South Dakota now has a data breach notification law, making it the last state to have a data breach notification statute on the books.
By Jonathan E. Meyer
Just as companies may be catching their breath after sprinting to get ready for GDPR in time for its recent implementation date, the FTC has now entered the enforcement fray.
By Valérie Demont
French investments in the U.S. vary largely in terms of scale and nature, but whatever it is a small French startup only creating an even smaller U.S. subsidiary or a large French corporation...
By Lindsay Colvin Stone
On June 27, 2018, the United States Supreme Court ruled that mandated payment of so-called "agency fees" by non-union members in the public sector violated First Amendment ...
By J. Scott Maberry
We'll give him this: President Trump has an ambitious trade agenda.
By Denise E. Giraudo, Jenna N. Mennona
On June 19, 2018, District of Columbia residents voted to pass (by a 55.14% to 44.86% margin) Initiative 77, providing for a single minimum wage for all employees, including tipped workers.
By Ryan Roberts
On June 21, 2018, the General Services Administration ("GSA") and the Office of Management and Budget ("OMB") held their second Industry Day concerning the implementation of Section 846 ...
By Sarah Aberg
On April 18, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission published its proposed Regulation Best Interest. Regulation Best Interest would require broker-dealers and affiliated persons ...
By Liisa Thomas
Colorado's governor recently signed into law an update to the state's breach notice law. As we reported yesterday the new law takes effect on September 1, 2018.
By John Chierichella, Keith Szeliga
By memorandum dated June 7, 2018, Shay Assad, DoD's Director, Defense Pricing/Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy, has reversed decades of procurement practice that has been embraced by industry...
By Kari M. Rollins, Sarah Aberg
Earlier this year, the SEC released cybersecurity guidance addressing, among other things, the risk of insider trading in the event of a data breach.
By Adam Bartolanzo
On June 12, 2018, the Department of Defense ("DoD"), the General Services Administration, and NASA proposed a new rule that would limit the "adequate price competition" ...
By Robert Magielnicki, Reid Whitten
This week, there were reports that the Trump Administration would use emergency powers to restrict Chinese investment in the United States. On Wednesday, the White House backed away from that position ...
By Liisa Thomas
Colorado's recently passed breach notice law, which goes into effect on September 1, includes a data security requirement.
By Liisa Thomas, Pavel Sternberg
Louisiana has joined the growing list of states updating their data breach notification law in 2018. Others include, as we have reported, Arizona and Oregon.
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