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By Daniel Ovanezian, Bill Jacobs
Today, technology companies are conceptualizing new ideas and improving upon those ideas at a blistering pace.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Taylor Ey, Tom Kierner
According to the highest court in the state, Georgia state government does not have an inherent obligation to protect citizens' personal or sensitive data like social security numbers
By Philip Gura, Theodore F. Claypoole, Taylor Ey
Most of the reaction to Donald Trump's sweeping new Executive Order, declaring a national emergency to combat "the ability of foreign adversaries to create and exploit vulnerabilities in information
By Matthew Tilley, Elizabeth Riley, Sarah Motley Stone
Court cases involving charter schools and education management organizations ("EMO") have been rare in North Carolina.
By Theodore F. Claypoole, Nadia Aram, Taylor Ey
Don't wait to implement your California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance as it could require changes to your operations.
By Todd Billmire, Brad De Vore, Richard Morton
EPA has released its Draft Interim Recommendations for Addressing Groundwater Contaminated with Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS)
By Allen O'Rourke, Ernesto Mendieta
On March 27, 2019, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed HB 57, a bill designed to increase privacy protections by requiring law enforcement to obtain a search warrant before being able to access
By Martin L. Stern, Gregg Skall, Ernesto Mendieta
While uncertainty remains about the terms and indeed the exact date by which the UK will leave the European Union, US companies that export electronic products to the EU and the UK marked
By Vincent Look
With a "no-deal" Brexit still a possibility and the Unitary Patent system set to take effect sometime this year.
By Jennifer Cory, Susan Ramos
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it has received a sufficient number of H-1B petitions to meet the congressionally-mandated 65,000 regular cap for fiscal year 2020.
By Malcolm Dowden
It would be tempting to table a motion suggesting that the House of Commons should go to rehab – just to find out whether its answer would be "no, no, no".
By Stephen Middlebrook, Tom Kierner, Beth Jones, Liz LeVan Riley
Counsel at schools and universities understandably don't follow legal developments in financial services very closely, but recent changes in regulations affecting prepaid accounts
By John C. Nelson, Jr., G. David Carter
Recall that, a couple months ago, the Supreme Court granted the Petition for Certiorari in PDR Network, LLC v. Carlton & Harris Chiropractic, Inc. , a TCPA junk fax class action proceeding, setting the stage...
By Philip Gura
Opening another front in the data wars, the Members of the European Parliament, on March 26, 2019, adopted the text of a new Copyright Directive .
By Rick Minor
US Treasury has now published detailed guidance on a significant US corporate tax rate benefit for any US company that conducts direct sales of property and/or services to foreign persons for foreign
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