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Negative Reviews? Call A Lawyer – But Maybe Not Right Away

In our increasingly narcissistic culture, not only is everyone a critic, but everyone thinks their opinion is of the utmost importance. Smartphones permit us to instantaneously inform everyone of our day-to-day activities via...more

Offshore Leaks and the New Transparency

Last week’s joint investigation by Huffington Post and Fairfax Media into oil intermediary Unaoil, which offered up revelations that seem to implicate a number of big oil and gas companies in grand corruption, quickly...more

Defamation: Internet Crisis Control

Arriving at his warehouse last week Knott Faire, owner of Faire Carpet Cleaning, discovered yet another complaining critique posted on WELP: “Lots of hype, a mediocre cleaning and a hassle at the end. Don’t get tied up with...more

California’s Correction Statute Amended to Protect Online and Weekly Publications

The California Legislature recently amended Civil Code § 48a to make clear that California’s correction statute applies to weekly and online publications performing the same news-disseminating function as a daily newspaper,...more

Step-In Risk: A New Reputational Risk

This Client Alert discusses the Basel Committee’s proposal to require banks to identify and measure the “step-in” risk from related “shadow banks.” On December 17, 2015, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (“Basel...more

Top 10 Topics for Directors in 2016: Social Media

Social Media - Companies that ignore the significant influence that social media has on existing and potential customers, employees and investors do so at their own peril. Last quarter, Facebook reported daily active...more

Risks Engendered By Use of Social Media During Employment

Sharing personal and work-related information on social media sites has become a prevalent practice for many employees nowadays. Likewise, social media is also used by employers as a platform to connect with the public and to...more

Businesses Beware – Use of Non-Disparagement Clauses May Arouse FTC Suspicion

For the first time ever, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) last month sought to have non-disparagement clauses declared unfair under the Federal Trade Commission Act (“FTC Act”) in its case against Sarasota, Florida...more

Managing the Court of Public Opinion During a Media Crisis

If your company is hit with negative press, should you just ignore it? Absolutely not. There are steps you can take to stop or mitigate any possible damage. In those communication networks that you control (rather than...more

U.K. Modern Slavery Act: Five Things You Need to Know

The transparency provisions of the U.K. Modern Slavery Act went into effect on October 29. At the same time, the U.K. Government has released guidance for companies seeking to comply with the Act....more

Government publishes guidance on the reporting obligation in the Modern Slavery Act

Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act (MSA) requires certain businesses to publish an annual statement explaining what steps they are taking to ensure there is no modern slavery within their own business and their supply...more

Managing Legal and Reputational Risks in an Era of Enhanced Transparency

Companies face a range of new requirements and expectations calling for enhanced transparency regarding human rights-related risks in connection with their operations. Responsible compliance with both mandatory requirements...more

Tips for Going Global: Plan Before You Expand

Companies enjoying success in the U.S. often seek global expansion to gain strategic benefits from accessing new markets—new revenue potential, talent acquisition and increased brand awareness. Before replicating your...more

Quick Guide to Trade Secrets

An overview of trade secrets, the critical business information that provides companies with a competitive edge. What are Trade Secrets? - Technical Information - Product formulas - Product designs ...more

Food Recall Events: The Importance of Evaluating Your Insurance Coverage Before a Voluntary and Mandatory Food Recall

Food recalls are on the rise as consumer protection regulations become more stringent, and they can be costly events. There can be significant expenses associated with removing impacted products from stores; reimbursing...more

Interview: Amy Much - Director, Global Compliance, Under Armour

Protect This House - Amy Much discusses building a compliance program from the ground up at a fast moving, international organization....more

Data Breaches, Media Relations, and the Bottom Line

Data breaches are crisis moments that business must prepare for in many ways: not just in taking steps at prevention, but also mitigating losses, arranging for business continuity, complying with legal and regulatory...more

Amazon’s motion for summary judgment denied in FCRA class action suit

U.S. District Judge Gary Feinerman denied Amazon, Inc.’s (Amazon) motion for summary judgment on October 7, 2015, in Illinois federal court, in a class action case over alleged violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act...more

Why Mitigation Should Be a Dirty Word: The Implications of a Compliance Industry Evolving Away From Risk and Towards Strategy

It used to be a compliance officer’s primary job could be boiled down to two words: risk mitigation. This was true of General Counsels, Chief Compliance Officers, Chief Legal Officers, and other C-level leaders....more

What Were We Reading? (October 9, 2015)

8 Must Have Legal Apps for Lawyers: There’s an app for that! Find out which apps you should download today....more

Blog: Reputation Management Experts Advise How To Manage A Company’s Reputation In Light Of Pay-Ratio Disclosure

Even though pay-ratio disclosure will not need to appear in proxy statements before 2018, companies are still starting to fret about how their ratios will compare with their peers and whether an unseemly gap might be...more

California’s Correction Statute Amended to Protect Online and Weekly Publications

On Sept. 28, 2015, the California Governor approved and the Secretary of State chaptered AB 998, by which the California Legislature amended Section 48a to unequivocally declare that the correction statute applies to weekly...more

IP Newsflash - October 2015 #2

FEDERAL CIRCUIT CASES - Federal Circuit Reversed a District Court’s Grant of Summary Judgment for Lack of Standing in an Inventorship Dispute - On October 2, 2015, the Federal Circuit reversed a district court’s...more

3 Reasons to Draft Fair Contracts

An attorney drafting an agreement has an obligation to represent the client zealously and to prepare a contract that maximizes the client’s legal and business advantages. But does this mean that an attorney may include...more

You must have substance because reputation matters in the long run

You might be able to baffle people with you know what initially, but it won't last if you are all flash and no substance. If you make a sale by saying the right things, but don't have the employees or equipment to correctly...more

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