Brexit Checklist for U.S. Technology Companies

The United Kingdom exited the European Union on January 31, 2020, and the Brexit transition period ended on December 31, 2020. The EU-UK Trade […]

Covid-19 and Intellectual Property Protection

Trade secret litigation is rising. Following the enactment of the Defend Trade Secrets Act in 2016, protection for trade secrets was placed on par […]

Three Key IP Cases to Watch This Year

IP 2021

A copyright case before the Supreme Court, Google v. Oracle, looms large on the list of cases likely to alter the intellectual property landscape. […]

Selective Amnesia

Proud Boy Enrique Tarrio, leader of the Proud Boys extremist group, has an extensive history as an informer for federal and local law enforcement. […]

Privilege Invoked: Shareholders Won’t See Facebook Board Communications

A Facebook institutional shareholder (a state public employee retirement fund) did not like a $5 billion settlement the company negotiated with the Federal Trade […]

Pro Wrestlers, Suing WWE Over Brain Injuries, Seek Supreme Court Hearing

The plots may be fake but the head blows aren’t, not all of them anyway. Pro wrestling is “ballet with violence,” as former pro […]

Former SEC Chair Defends Ripple Labs

Debevoise & Plimpton attorney Mary Jo White, who represents Ripple Labs in its SEC lawsuit, claims the agency she formerly chaired has gone overboard […]

Fifteen State AGs Ask Biden To Reconsider Keystone Pipeline Cancellation

One of President Biden’s first executive actions was to revoke the permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline, part of the 1200 mile long pipeline […]

Lawsuits In the Wild West

The California Consumer Privacy Act allows the state’s residents to restrict companies’ ability to sell their personal information, but it is notoriously ambiguous, so […]

VPN A Must For All Companies

A virtual private network might be the single most important strategy to secure data, network and users. Employees working remotely make it even more […]