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Navigating the Cyber Liability Storm - Part II

Franchisors are facing a precarious three-way intersection of increased accountability and regulation over consumer privacy, the growing volume and sophistication of cyber-attacks on consumer data, and the expanding...more

Navigating the Cyber Liability Storm Part I

Franchisors are facing a precarious three-way intersection of increased accountability and regulation over consumer privacy, the growing volume and sophistication of cyber-attacks on consumer data, and the expanding...more

Cloud Computing: Legal Issues on the Horizon

In the May 2014 issue of the Business Litigation Report, we discussed a hot topic in law and technology: cloud computing. That topic did not cool down over the summer. Businesses and courts—including the Supreme Court—have...more

Two-Factor Authentication Is a Necessity for Companies

It seems as though every other week brings news of a new social media hack. Last week, Crayola had hackers post inappropriate content on its Facebook page, and the official Twitter feed of U.S. military's Central Command was...more

Russian Legislation Update

In This Issue: - Financial System Stability - Payment System - Banking - Anti-Money Laundering - Subsoil - Personal Data - Corporate: Notarial certification on the adoption of a company’s decisions;...more

President Calls on Congress to Pass Cybersecurity, Data Breach Bills; Congress Begins Action on the Issue

In his sixth State of the Union Address to Congress, President Obama again called on Congress to strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity laws and enact a federal standard for data security and breach notification. Speaking...more

UK: Data Protection - Information Tribunal rule on FOIA exemptions concerning the Tate Gallery and BP

The First-tier Tribunal (Information Rights) has considered whether the Tate Gallery was exempt from disclosing information concerning sponsorship and meeting minutes to BP under sections 41(1) and 43(2) of the Freedom of...more

Tips for Protecting Your Data

With the global economic cost of cybercrime totaling more than $400 billion per year and breaches affecting companies ranging from retailers (e.g. Target, Walmart and Staples) and restaurants (Dairy Queen and Jimmy John’s) to...more

Five 2015 Corporate Compliance / Litigation Issues Manufacturers Need To Keep An Eye On

It is our annual tradition at the beginning of each year to report on significant issues that face manufacturers/distributors in the year ahead.  Two weeks ago, Matt reported on significant issues in the labor/employment...more

Turkish Parliament Approves E-Commerce Law

Turkey’s Parliament has approved Law No. 6563 on the Regulation of Electronic Commerce (Law) aimed at creating a more secure, transparent and accessible e-commerce environment. The Law is expected to come into force 1 May...more

OECD Releases Guidance for Digital Consumer Products

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released Consumer Policy Guidance on Intangible Digital Content Products (Guidance) for protecting online consumers of digital content....more

N.Y. AG Seeks To Have the 'Strongest, Most Comprehensive' Data Security Law in Nation

Last week, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced that he would propose a new data security law in his state that would require companies to take increased safeguards for the protection of personal information....more

EU Art. 29 Working Party Announces Cooperation Procedure for EU Model Clauses

The Article 29 Data Protection Working Party (Working Party) released a Working Document setting forth a co-operation procedure for issuing common opinions on “Contractual clauses” considered as compliant with the EC Model...more

Are Non-Disparagement Clauses a Good Idea?

Creatively, some physicians have been turning to non-disparagement clauses within confidentiality agreements as a way to prevent patients and potential patients from posting negative online reviews....more

Dear Lawmakers, Your New Breach Notice Laws Should Address These Issues

The days of companies being so afraid of the reputational impact of a breach that they would look for any way possible to avoid disclosure are gone. The pendulum has swung in the opposite direction. Now companies, often in...more

How to Pass the SEC’s Cybersecurity Test in 9 Steps

Cybersecurity again looks to feature prominently on 2015’s regulatory agenda. So far this year, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) have announced...more

New York Attorney General Proposes Stiffer Data Security and Breach Notification Laws

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has proposed legislation that would make the state’s data security law the strongest in the country and require “unprecedented safeguards” for personal data....more

Canadian Privacy Compliance: Time for your Online Checkup

In a previous post on online behavioural advertising (OBA), we wrote about the Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s ”call to action” to stakeholders in the advertising industry on OBA, and we discussed the industry’s response...more

Bridging the Week - January 2015 #3

Cybersecurity, Potential Equity Order Routing Conflicts and AML Among the Top Examination Priorities for SEC in 2015 - The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations...more

New student data privacy laws: top points for school contractors and K-12 education sites, apps and online services

According to the Data Quality Campaign, 36 states considered 110 student data privacy bills in 2014, and 20 states enacted 28 such bills into law. At least eight of these new laws may have significant implications for...more

Business Law Newsletter - January 2015

In This Issue: - FirstPay Decision: IRS Bests Trustee in Local Tax Case - Privacy Policies for Mobile Apps: One Size Does Not Fit All - Trademark Fees are Decreasing - Excerpt from Trademark Fees are...more

11th Circuit Addresses Coverage for Alleged Knowing FACTA Violations

In its recent decision in Travelers Prop. Cas. Co. of America v. Kansas City Landsmen, 2015 U.S. App. LEXIS 453 (11th Cir. Jan. 12, 2015), the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, in a matter of first...more

The President’s Cybersecurity Proposals

In the wake of recent cyber attacks on U.S. companies, including the now famous Sony hack, President Obama has proposed new federal legislation that would presumably provide more security for confidential and private...more

4 Things You Must Know About the New York Attorney General’s New Data Security Proposal

Fast on the heels of President Obama’s proposal to create a national data breach notification standard, yesterday, New York Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman announced that he will propose legislation that would...more

Privacy Policies for Mobile Apps: One Size Does Not Fit All

Online privacy is a growing concern for us all. As a mobile app owner or developer, you must include a privacy policy in your app that details the information you collect from users and the manner in which that information is...more

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