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Aravind Swaminathan Weighs in on Proposed Cybersecurity Regulations for Financial Institutions

Aravind Swaminathan, global co-chair of Orrick’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy team, recently spoke with Global Investigations Review regarding new plans proposed by New York’s Department of Financial Services that will...more

Health Alert (Australia) September 19, 2016

In This Issue: - Judgments; Legislation; and Reports. - Excerpts from Judgments: South Australia - 13 September 2016 - Dang Pharmacy P/L v Dang [2016] SADC 106 - This is a review of a decision by...more

Tort reform, apportionment and immunity

Applying Ohio’s tort reform legislation to a situation where a non-party is immune from the tort liability in issue has resulted in contradictory holdings. This article originally appeared in the 2016 September/October...more

Accidental Shootings On The Rise In Chicago

Accidental gun violence is becoming an epidemic in the United States, leading to more than 7700 injuries between 2001 and 2010. Victims of accidental gunshots may pursue compensation for their injuries with the help of an...more

Real Property & Title Insurance Update: Week Ending September 16, 2016

REAL PROPERTY UPDATE - Vacation of Subdivision Plats: boards of county commissioners have limited authority under Fla. Stat. sec. 177.101(3) to grant or deny platted property owner’s request for vacation of plat; if...more

Deloitte’s $500 Million Sentence

We have assisted many accounting firms in the creation or revision of their client engagement letters. They very often question the need to include certain provisions intended to limit their liability to their clients and...more

11th Circuit Upholds Award of Summary Judgment in Mirena Lawsuit

In March 2014, Jenna Thurmond sued Bayer in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, alleging that her use of the Mirena contraception system caused her to develop pseudotumor cerebri. Her symptoms...more

Galaria v. Nationwide: Data Breach Plaintiffs Standing Strong in the Sixth

This week, in the first post-Spokeo circuit court decision to address standing in a data-breach class action, the Sixth Circuit joined the Seventh Circuit in holding that plaintiffs whose sensitive personal information has...more

Trial Court's Error In Underlying Case Was Superseding Cause Of Plaintiffs' Claimed Damages

Whether the trial court erred in the underlying litigation is always an important part of the proximate (or "but for") causation analysis. Stanfield v. Neubaum, 2016 WL 3536865 (Tex. June 24, 2016) is yet another case that...more

Real Property & Title Insurance Update: Weeks Ending September 2 & 9, 2016

REAL PROPERTY UPDATE: Foreclosure/Standing: where copy of note attached to foreclosure complaint contained no endorsement and original note presented at trial had endorsement in favor of plaintiff, plaintiff required to...more

Federal Court Finds Depository Bank Not Liable to Third Party for Mobile Remote Deposit Capture Fraud

A recent federal court case in Illinois has addressed whether a depository bank can be held liable for negligence when its customer deposits a check by mobile remote deposit capture, and the bank fails to prevent the customer...more

Hospital Errors – No Disclosure

Hospitals and doctors, according to a recent study, rarely admit their mistakes. Deflecting responsibility and avoiding blame are traits that society associates with schoolchildren but not with accomplished professionals,...more

Defence & Indemnity - August 2016: II. LIABILITY ISSUES #3

C. In cases involving injuries caused by one player to another during a sporting event, there must be a deliberate intent to cause injury or reckless disregard for liability to be found. Henderson v. Canadian Hockey Assn...more

Defence & Indemnity - August 2016: II. LIABILITY ISSUES #1

A. Reverse Onus Provisions of the Traffic Safety Act: Section 186 of the Traffic Safety Act applies over Section 185 in accidents involving a motorist and a non-motorist (such as a pedestrian or cyclist). Section 185 applies...more

Product Liability Update: April 2016

Massachusetts Superior Court Rejects “Innovator Liability” Failureto-Warn Claim, Holds Branded Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Owed No Duty to Plaintiff Alleging Injury From Equivalent Generic Drug That Copied Defendant’s...more

Santorii v. MartinezRusso

Arizona’s real estate statutes do not create an employer-employee relationship between brokers and agents, nor do they impose a non-delegable duty on the broker to supervise an agent’s driving. Real estate agent was ...more

Third Circuit Dismissal Affirmance Based on Economic Loss Doctrine Shows Spokeo Shouldn’t Be Your Only Data Breach Class Action...

While the United States Supreme Court’s ruling in Spokeo v. Robins, 136 S. Ct. 1540 (2016), has garnered much attention after being cited by numerous courts as a means to dismiss data privacy class actions, defendants should...more

A Conviction On A Traffic Violation Is Not Admissible To Establish Negligence In Ohio

Most traffic accidents result in a citation being issued to one party. Often times, the party cited does not vigorously defend the citation, as the citation is a minor issue with a limited penalty. The cost in time and...more

Assault of Home Health Worker by a Patient’s Father Prompts OSHA Violation

A provider of pediatric home health, Epic Health Services, was recently fined $98,000 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in connection with the sexual assault of a home health employee by a patient’s...more

Double-Check the Math: Advisers Should Not Provide Clients With Performance Data Created by Other Investment Managers Without...

In a series of enforcement actions this week, the SEC made it clear that investment advisers need to substantiate the performance records of investment management firms they recommend to their clients. In these cases,...more

Indiana Court of Appeals Finds that Post-Accident Reports Do Not Constitute Subsequent Remedial Measures

In a matter of first impression, the Indiana Court of Appeals recently decided that a post-incident investigation is not an inadmissible subsequent remedial measure under Indiana Rule of Evidence 407....more

Risqué Contest Sponsor Sued by Contestant’s Family After Promotion Fatality

This month, contest sponsor PKG Investments LLC d/b/a “Fire & Ice” and others were sued in a Santa Fe, New Mexico County Court by the family of a woman who choked to death during a racy, on-premises corn dog eating contest...more

Courts Continue to Reaffirm Preemptive Effect of Statute Protecting Aircraft Lessors

A decision out of the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii joins a growing list of holdings reaffirming the proposition that an owner, lessor or secured party not in actual possession or control of an aircraft is...more

The Potentially Dangerous Intersection of Healthcare and Social Media

Lately, there have been numerous reports in the media raising patient privacy concerns due to healthcare providers’ use of social media in the workplace. A few examples include...more

Even with a Road Map, Only One Dubious Claim Navigates Preemption

Here’s another guest post, this time from Reed Smith‘s Jaimee Farrer.  This post concerns PMA preemption, and a second opinion largely getting rid of a case that we blogged about before.  As always, Jaimee deserves all the...more

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