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All this week, we are featuring a series “Cyber Risks – Director Liability and Potential Gaps in D&O Coverage”
Part 2 of 5: Why Directors Should Be Concerned...more
. . . a data breach class action.
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More often than not when a management law firm informs its clients of recent case developments, the news is not good. This is an exception.
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Canadian Industry Minister Tony Clement introduced a bill on May 25, the Safeguarding Canadian’s Personal Information Act (C-29), which would amend Canada’s national privacy legislation, the Personal Information and...more
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*Thomas C. Morrison, Prominent False Advertising, Lanham Act Litigator Joins Manatt in New York
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