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By Gregory Omer, Matthew Darrough, Brandi Burke, Melissa Ventrone, Aleksandra M. S. Vold
Federal bank regulators issued a statement on April 10 alerting banks of risk management issues regarding cyber insurance coverage.
By David Duffy
In a blow to retailers and other businesses subjected to data breaches, the Seventh Circuit has reinstated a class action brought by consumers against Barnes & Noble arising from a 2012 breach.
By Diane Romza-Kutz, Fredric Roth V
The concept of a "Right to Try" has been spreading through the U.S. over the last four years, beginning with the first passing of such laws in Colorado in 2014.
By Jennifer Post, Barzin Pakandam
HB 19: The "Virtual Currency Exemption" exempts cryptocurrency from the Wyoming Money Transmitter Act...
By Gregory Omer
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) issued a set of "frequently asked questions" (FAQs) on April 3, 2018...
By Jason Schwent, Aleksandra M. S. Vold
On March 28, 2018, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a bill that made Alabama the 50th and final state to enact a consumer data breach notification law.
By Lori Jones
According to an Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI) issue brief, approximately 20 million individuals maintained health savings accounts (HSAs) in 2016.
By Katie Wendel, Aaron D. Lacey
As institutions with online programming are well aware, the U.S. Department of Education's new "state authorization" rule is set to become effective this coming July 1, 2018
By Jeffrey Brown
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed dismissal of a putative class action against Starbucks relating to the amount of liquid in its various-sized tea, coffee, and specialty drinks.
By Lori Jones
Retirement plans are one of the most important benefits provided by employers to employees, second only, perhaps, to medical benefits.
By Melissa Ventrone, Aleksandra M. S. Vold
On March 21, 2018, South Dakota's Senate Bill 62 was signed into law, adding a 49th square to the nation's patchwork of state data breach notification laws.
By Anthony Blum
In March 2017, I reported on the shifting standard for estoppel in inter partes review (IPR) proceedings. See The shifting standard for IPR estoppel: Where are we now? In September 2017...
By Mark Sableman
When a website infringed your trademark or copyright, or otherwise violated your rights, the first place you likely went was to the WHOIS database, to find out who owned and operated that website.
By Mark Sableman, Michael Nepple
Everyone seems to agree that "fake news," or disinformation, permeates the online environment
By Michael Rosenblum, Fredric Roth V
In recent weeks, the amendment's renewal appeared likely.
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