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By Chris Cifrino
Who should you call when you suspect, or are certain of, a data breach? Data breaches and other cybersecurity incidents have become of a fact of life.
By Seth Jaffe
Earlier this month, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that NPDES permit holders must comply with all of the terms of their permits.
By David Kluft
One hundred and seventy five years ago, on January 22, 1842, Charles Dickens first set foot in America, specifically in Boston, after a twenty day steamship voyage from Liverpool.
By Seth Jaffe
Last week, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed – for the second time – a District Court decision granting summary judgment to DTE Energy in the United States' case alleging...
By Catherine Muyl
US companies with employees or clients in Switzerland will be interested to hear that the new Swiss-US Privacy Shield was approved on 11 January.
By Sarah Altschuller
It's Friday and time for another overview of developments in the field of business and human rights that we've been monitoring.
By Sarah Altschuller
Today, January 11, is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, and therefore a good time to revisit some recent litigation developments.
By Foley Hoag LLP
An Illinois health system has reached a $475,000 settlement over allegations it waited too long to report a data breach, the first time the government has settled over untimely breach notifications.
By Stephen L. Bartlett
In late December, New York's Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo announced that the New York's DFS new cybersecurity regulations would not go into effect on January 1, 2017.
By Aaron Lang
The recent hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the United States' subsequent decision to impose retaliatory sanctions against Russia poses an important question...
By Christian Springer
Over the course of the last several blog posts, we've discussed how the Medicaid program could potentially be transformed under the incoming Trump Administration.
By Stephen L. Bartlett
In late December, New York's Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo announced that the New York's Department of Financial Services' ("DFS") new cybersecurity regulations would not go into effect...
By Joshua Jarvis
Happy holidays and welcome to the 2017 New Year edition of Trademark Red Tape, our periodic round-up of trademark news and happenings at the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
By Anthony Rufo, Meagen Monahan
2016 is now in the rear view mirror. At the beginning of a new year, we often take a moment to reflect on the past year, while setting goals for the present.
By Ross Margulies
Currently, nearly 10 million Americans are dually-eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. These "dual eligibles" are low-income seniors and individuals with disabilities who are separately eligible...
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