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By Stephen L. Bartlett
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced that her office would join with Attorneys General from 14 other states and D.C. in an attempt to intervene in House v. Price...
By Rachel Hutchinson
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been a critically important regulator of cybersecurity practices in the US, using its authority under Section 5 of the FTC Act to bring enforcement actions...
By Foley Hoag LLP
With the passage of the 2016 referendum legalizing the adult use and regulated sale of cannabis and proposed critical changes to the referendum in Massachusetts pending now before the Legislature...
By Jonathan Keselenko, Christopher Feudo, Emily Nash
Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill prohibiting employers from asking job candidates about their salary history. The new law will go into effect on October 31, 2017.
By Jesse Alderman
Months before the first adult-use cannabis operators are eligible to apply for licenses, a significant number of cities and towns are passing (1) temporary moratoria on local zoning approvals...
By Christopher Escobedo Hart
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, or CFAA, is the federal "anti-hacking" statute (or sometimes referred to as a "computer trespass" statute).
By Seth Jaffe
Last week, EPA Administrator Pruitt issued a memorandum requiring that all Superfund remedies estimated to cost at least $50 million be approved by the Administrator.
By Anthony Rufo
Barcelona may be my favorite city in the world. It is certainly a top contender.
By Christopher Escobedo Hart
Plaintiffs presenting a claim in federal court must have standing to sue, under Article III of the Constitution (as we have written about in the past).
By Aaron Lang
"Will the President sign it?" I asked in a recent post. As if in direct answer, the President issued the order the same day, May 11, 2017.
By Erik Schulwolf
Those "in the know" in the cybersecurity world have been aware for more than a year of the threat posed by ransomware, a type of malware that locks victims' access to their files until they pay a ransom.
By Jonathan Keselenko, Christopher Feudo, Erin Olesen
Last week, the Massachusetts House of Representatives unanimously passed the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (H.3680).
By Colin Zick
First, the basic facts about the recent ransomware attack
By Peter Rosenblum
Customary analysis of the fiduciary duties of directors in connection with their consideration of an acquisition of the corporation focuses on the nature of that fiduciary duty:
By Amy Lehr
On May 9, we released a public summary of our report "Good Practice for Managing the Social Impacts of Oil Pipelines in the United States."
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