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Rich Martinelli, a partner in Orrick’s Intellectual Property practice, recently spoke with Commercial Dispute Resolution
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With significant input from Orrick’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Innovation team, the influential Sedona Conference and its Working Group 11 last week published important guidance.
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Orrick’s Leah Sanzari and Jonathan Ayre spoke with Structured Credit Investor regarding innovative transactions involving securitizing interests in oil and gas wellbores
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Orrick Technology Companies Group partner Jonathan Chou and Employment Law & Litigation partner Lisa Lupion discuss common questions that startup companies have about labor and employment issues involved in hiring, separations and investigations.
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Orrick’s Rich Martinelli is featured in a Law.com Skilled in the Art panel discussing the USPTO’s questions on patenting artificial intelligence inventions.
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And it does so without giving any guidance on what a company must do to have "reasonable" security.
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Orrick Chairman Mitch Zuklie spoke with The American Lawyer’s Dan Packel for their September issue, which celebrates the publication's 40th anniversary
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Every player interested or already active in the German market needs to have a working knowledge of the key principles of German employment law which offers a good level of protection to employees.
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Please join Emily Tabatabai and Sulina Gabale for the Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation practice’s webinar, “Spotlight on EdTech – How the New California and Nevada Privacy Laws Will Impact Data in EdTech.”
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On August 1, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced joint policy actions designed to reduce risk associated with cash-out refinance lending.