Alexander Suarez

Alexander Suarez

Nossaman LLP

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Governments Eager to Help Market for Cyber Insurance Develop

Have you heard about cyber insurance? It is predicted to be the next big thing in insurance coverage. In the aftermath of the Home Depot and Target data breaches, it’s easy to see why companies doing business over the...more

11/13/2014 - Cyber Insurance Cybersecurity Data Protection Home Depot Popular Target

There is Still No Private Right of Condemnation (Generally)

Most people understand the basic concept of eminent domain: the government takes someone’s private property and pays the owner “just compensation” for the taking. Sometimes, however, the government “takes” (or “damages”)...more

11/12/2014 - Condominiums Eminent Domain Inverse Condemnation Private Property Takings

S.B 962: Disabling smartphones or enabling uncertain enforcement?

On August 25, 2014, Senate Bill No. 962, “[a]n act to add Section 22761 to the Business and Professions Code, relating to mobile communications devices,” was approved by Governor Brown and filed with Secretary of State Bowen....more

10/13/2014 - Cell Phones Mobile Devices Smartphones Technology

Wearable Fitness Device Privacy Concerns Abound

How would you feel if businesses or individuals had access to your medical records? There is no question that advertisers, businesses, and even overly-clingy significant others would love to have access to your private...more

9/11/2014 - Apple FTC PHI Popular Technology Wearable Technology

Considering the Eminent Domain of Sports Franchises

In a thought-provoking article, Anthony F. Della Pelle considers the interesting question of whether the City of Los Angeles could simply “take” the LA Clippers via eminent domain. One might typically associate California’s...more

9/9/2014 - Basketball City of Los Angeles City of Oakland Eminent Domain Franchises LA Clippers Oakland Raiders Sports

Greater Guidance Comes To Calif. For Land Appraisals

Courts have long recognized that valuing mineral rights in eminent domain proceedings is inherently speculative, which can lead to wide swings in property valuations. So how can appraisers, property owners and public agencies...more

9/8/2014 - Appraisal Mineral Exploration Mineral Rights Property Tax Property Valuation

Court Provides Guidelines on Valuing Natural Resources in Eminent Domain Proceedings

Valuing mineral rights in eminent domain proceedings is inherently speculative and can lead to wide swings in property valuations. So how do appraisers best deal with the uncertainty involved in mineral exploitation? The...more

7/30/2014 - Appeals Appraisal Eminent Domain Mineral Rights Mining Natural Resources Property Valuation Utilities Sector Valuation

Supreme Court Rules That Police May Not Search Cell Phones Without A Warrant

One of the fundamental liberties protected by the Bill of Rights is freedom from unreasonable searches. The Fourth Amendment reflects the concern that “We the People” should not be subjected to intrusive searches of our...more

7/2/2014 - Cell Phones Evidence Fourth Amendment Law Enforcement Riley v California SCOTUS Search Warrant

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