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By Christian Jones
The Senate Judiciary Committee will begin confirmation hearings Sept. 4 on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
By W. Barron Avery, William B. O'Reilly
In recent years, federal and state courts in Virginia have slowly chipped away at the ability of teaming partners to enforce what they presumed were contractual rights against one another; however,
By Brian P Bartish, Craig Hoffman
Ohio will soon have a law in place that provides a "legal safe harbor" from tort claims related to a data breach, to entities that have implemented and comply with certain cybersecurity frameworks.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Typically, when we cover cases about the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), we're talking about cases in which people or companies are doing their best to avoid charges of one sort or another.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Which came first, bitcoin or blockchain? Did Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of both technologies, realize that bitcoin, the much-discussed cryptocurrency, was the perfect application to be built on top of blockchain?
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
By now, we know you're familiar with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and how one of its goals is to curb nuisance calls to cellphones.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Alkaline diets have become incredibly popular of late, and alkaline (or ionized) water is a big part of that trend, which makes sense.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
The modest AD-ttorneys@law editorial staff rarely pats itself on its collective back, but we called it a few issues ago.
By Mark Johnson
This quarter has seen a few new types of class actions against insurers as well as aging of some more mature theories wending their way through the courts.
By William DeVinney
We recently wrote that the Department of Justice's and the Federal Trade Commission's announcements condemning no-poaching agreements already have sparked civil class actions
By Christian Jones, Peggy Peterson
While the earlier legislation to chip away at Dodd-Frank won bipartisan Senate support, its coalition was fragile.
By Carl Hittinger, Jeffry Duffy
Partners Carl Hittinger and Jeffry Duffy authored an article published by The Legal Intelligencer on July 27, 2018.
By Christian Jones
Congress wants to green-light federal standards for self-driving vehicles, but questions over safety and added infrastructure costs have some lawmakers pumping the brakes.
By Craig Hoffman
Axioms are common in the privacy and security space.
By Alan Friel
The Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU) has recently focused on selfie-stick products and how companies are marketing these products to children of varying ages.
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