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Beyond Real Estate: Publicly Traded Homebuilders (And Other Public Companies) Must be Aware of Cybersecurity and Data Breach...

Generally speaking, publicly traded homebuilders and other public companies must disclose material information in their SEC filings. “Information is considered material if there is a substantial likelihood that a reasonable...more

Compulsory Drug and Alcohol Testing on Victorian Government Construction Sites

Victorian construction companies will be required to implement comprehensive drug and alcohol testing procedures in order to be eligible to tender for work from the Victorian Government, according to a statement released last...more

Playing NSA at the Job Site. Just Less Sneakily

The U.S. National Security Agency (“NSA”) has been getting a lot of bad press lately. From backdoor hacking into Google and Yahoo to the mass data collection program known as PRISM to spying on gaming platforms such as Second...more

Construction Law Insight: Minnesota Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Contractors In Government Data Practices Act Case

On November 20, 2013, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in the case of Helmberger v. Johnson Controls, Inc. The Court ruled in favor of Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI) and its subcontractor,...more

Recent Healthcare Data Breaches Highlight Need for More Security

Scott & Scott, LLP says health care data breaches reported in 2013 highlight the need for more diligence and vigilance to combat the growing problem. With fines increasing as a result of HIPAA new omnibus rule that took...more

The Tale of Two Banks: Final Settlement in Maine Bank Security Practices Case and a Failure of Bank Security Procedures in Florida

In a case that we have written about, People’s United Bank of Maine has agreed to pay about $ 390,000 to settle a claim that its security practices allowed unauthorized persons to withdraw funds from a construction company’s...more

Criminal Background Checks

In an increasingly competitive business environment, it is perhaps more important than ever for employers to exercise prudence and caution in hiring and maintaining their workforce. Background checks, whether criminal...more

The 4th Amendment - Search And Seizure

The 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees all citizens a right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure of their persons and property. However, it doesn't actually say what constitutes and...more

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