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By Gregory Mersol
Those familiar with collective action litigation are already familiar with the two-step paradigm most courts use to evaluate collective action claims.
By John C. McIlwee
In collaboration with a "Big Four" accounting firm and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, the World Economic Forum (WEF) ...
By Simone O. Otenaike
Global banks and traders recently announced plans to launch the first blockchain-based platform to finance commodity trading.
By Diana J. Stern, Robert A. Musiala Jr.
On Sept. 20, 2018, various news outlets reported that Zaif, a licensed Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, had been hacked ...
By Diana J. Stern
On Sept. 18, 2018, the New York Attorney General's Office released its Virtual Markets Integrity Initiative Report.
By Julie Hein
In large security incidents, the differences among state breach notification laws usually do not come into play.
By Julie Hein, Theodore Kobus III, Craig Hoffman
An enhanced resource for analysis of data breach notification laws for all 50 states is now just a click away.
By Christian Jones
The Senate this week overwhelmingly approved legislation to address the opioid crisis, and now Congress is racing to cobble together a final measure that could pass before the midterm elections in November.
By Aaron R. Lancaster
Judge Approves $80M Settlement in Yahoo Data Breach Suit
By Amanda L. Van Hoose
As the year winds down and many employers scramble to ensure that they are on top of the many new laws that have been passed/enacted in the past year
By Sara Goldstein
With the announcement last week of its new lawsuit against several tech companies for violating Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA"), the FTC Act, and New Mexico's Unfair Practices Act...
By Laura E. Jehl, Sara Goldstein
Despite several failed attempts in recent years, there is a new effort underway to enact a federal data privacy law ...
By Christian Jones
Below is this week's "Capitol Hill Healthcare Update," posted on Mondays when Congress is in session.
By James Sherer, Nichole Sterling
The practice of e-discovery has always incorporated considerations of new and emerging technologies as well as related attorney competence.
By Robert A. Musiala Jr., Melonia Bennett
New developments show criminals continue to abuse cryptocurrencies in the traditional areas of theft, fraud and extortion.
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