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By Bretta T. Oluyede
As consumers and government officials continue to prioritize data security and privacy, companies may want to review their data collection practices.
By Michelle Yeary
We did a search of the DDL Blog for "continuing violation" and found only one other reference and that was simply to note that the court rejected the theory ...
By David A. Smith, Jason Gordon
A California federal court granted Singapore-based hotel booking firm Agoda Company Pte. Ltd.'s ("Agoda") motion for summary judgment in a case involving alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
By Betty Graumlich, Noah S. Oberlander, Mark J. Passero
Based on that distinction, the court remanded the matter to the NLRB for further consideration on that issue.
By Steven Boranian
Given our chosen line of work, we should not be surprised that we don't get enough sunlight.
By David A. Smith, Jason Gordon
The owner of a tree trimming business spent over $200,000 in advertising on Angie's List from 2005 and 2013.
By David A. Smith, Jason Gordon
The settlements are part of the New York Attorney General's initiative to find and patch security vulnerabilities before user information is compromised.
By James Beck
That part of this title is borrowed from a fellow blogger's post does not at all detract from its fundamental truth
By James Beck
Last week Bexis published a Legal Backgrounder for the Washington Legal Foundation, entitled "Recent Rulings Establish New Beachheads For Preemption In Drug And Device Product Liability Litigation."
By David Gutowski, Matthew Setzer
TB-86 follows last year's sweeping changes to the CBTincluding a switch from separate-company to combined reporting.
By Forrest M. Smith, Jennifer Smokelin, Todd Maiden, Daniella D. Landers
At the center of these intentional shifts from the previous administration's policy are methane and mercury.
By Jennifer Driscoll, Karl E. Herrmann
Rather than stymie competition, AI will thus create new markets.
By John Vishneski, III, Adrienne N. Kitchen
Some types of statutory violations can be insurable in Illinois.
By Jillian Petrera, Jason Gordon
Washington D.C. is seeking to impose new burdens on businesses offering goods and services with automatic renewal provisions.
By Cindy Schmitt Minniti, Mark S. Goldstein, Leora Grushka
Beginning March 18, 2019, New York City employers with four or more employees will be required to provide lactation rooms to employees upon request.
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