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By Robert Eisenbach
Justice Kagan, for an 8-1 majority, wrote a very interesting and readable decision.
By Adam Connolly
This will be welcome news to the many businesses concerned about the specter of private litigants enforcing the CCPA's numerous and often vague privacy requirements.
By John Crittenden, Robert Eisenbach, Cathy Hershcopf
The Bankruptcy Court approved the rejection and held that the rejection terminated Mission Product's right to use the marks.
By Cydney Posner
Internal auditors are worried that boards are not paying enough attention to—wait for it—internal auditors.
By Cooley LLP
Cooley attorneys are happy to assist contractors in better understanding their OFCCP obligations or in undergoing an audit.
By MaryBeth Shreiner
The new Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) seeks to increase the number of audits conducted by OFCCP, but shorten the duration of them.
By Cooley LLP
Public and high-growth private companies need internal cyber/data/privacy governance structures that protect the integrity and value of digital assets and customer data and mitigate related risk and liability.
By Boris Segalis, Alex Murchison
On March 5, the FTC announced proposed amendments to the Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act ("Safeguards Rule" or "Rule").
By Katherine Lee Carey, Caitlyn Shelby
The CSAAVE has extended the comment period on the proposed rulemaking until March 16.
By Carol Roberts
The Cooley team was there in full force and is pleased to bring you a round-up of some of the highlights.
By Katherine Lee Carey, Caitlyn Shelby
This is the first in a series of blog posts on these bills.
By Michael Rhodes
Michael Rhodes, chair of Cooley's cyber/data/privacy practice, joins 41 California privacy lawyers, professionals and professors urging major changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act.
By Cooley LLP
With this recent flurry of judicial and administrative activity, the EEO-1 Component 2 reporting process is still very fluid.
By Cydney Posner
[This post has been updated primarily to reflect the contents of the proposing release as well as the statement of Commissioner Hester Peirce.]
By Cydney Posner
Those of you who expected the SEC to go big and propose raising the current threshold for status as an "accelerated filer" to be commensurate with the cap for "smaller reporting companies" will be sorely disappointed.
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