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By Morgan L Patterson, Nicholas T. Verna
Termination of parental rights is a difficult, painful legal procedure, but sometimes, it is necessary to protect the health and safety of the children involved.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Taylor Ey, Orla O'Hannaidh
On June 28, 2018, California enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ("CCPA"). CCPA, unlike any other law, requires companies to honor specific privacy rights of California consumers granted under CCPA.
By Marjorie Spivak, Bruce Buchanan
In a landmark 5–4 decision, the Supreme Court of the U.S. (Court) has reversed the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit holding ...
By L. Neill Edwards, Michael Cashin, Jeffrey Lawyer, Mark Wiley
(And Yes, this Impacts All U.S. and Non-US Businesses with U.S. Customers)
By Stephen Middlebrook
A state court has added a new twist to the long and tortured history of payroll card regulation in New York.
By Bruce Buchanan, Rebecca Jacobs Goldman
The Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau of the FCC is seeking input on the progress of robocalling initiatives from the government, industry and consumers for a staff report that it plans to prepare in conjunction with the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection.
By Womble Bond Dickinson
WASHINGTON, D.C.—A late 2016 decision by the United States Federal Communications Commission
By Melinda Davis Lux
This year is the 50th anniversary of one of the most catastrophic mergers in history — the merger of two very large railroad companies, the New York Central and the Pennsylvania ...
By Stephen Middlebrook
Middlebrook notes that at this point in time the problem is mostly theoretical because storage capacity limits make keeping large amounts of data in a blockchain impractical.
By Theodore F. Claypoole
Companies have a responsibility to protect the sensitive employee and consumer data they hold, but we do not know how much of their revenues must be spent on this effort before it is considered enough.
By Marilyn Forbes, Ripley Rand, Kurt Weaver, Patrick Spaugh, Jonathon Townsend
For retired Sgt. Ryan Henderson, 82nd Airborne, his former Tactical Explosive Detection Dog (TEDD) ...
By Stephanie L. Yarbrough
CHARLESTON, S.C.—Launching a large-scale new facility in the US is a critical decision for any company. The project must be planned and managed correctly from the outset in order to ensure its success
By John F. Garziglia
Womble Bond Dickinson telecom attorney John Garziglia tells Radio World that objections filed by Low-Power FM (LPFM) proponents shouldn't keep the FCC from proceeding with its FM translator application process.
By Mark Newberg
Womble Bond Dickinson Director of Impact Strategies Mark Newberg offers a simple explanation in just two slides.
By Mark E. Schamel
The downfall of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has had repercussions far beyond entertainment, as workplace sexual harassment and sexual misconduct by powerful men is front and center in the national dialogue.
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