In-House Management

 
 
  • Trump’s Hard Line Includes Business Immigration

    Media attention on President Trump’s immigration policy tends to focus on illegal border crossing. But Trump also has called for a big reduction in legal immigration and has specifically targeted U.S. businesses that hire foreign professionals. This...

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  • What Lawyers Need To Know About Cybersecurity

    It’s a subject “so overwhelming that many lawyers don’t know where to start,” says an IT/cybersecurity firm, as preface to its compilation of 13 of the most frequently asked questions it gets from its lawyer-clients. For many...

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  • Employees, Agents And The Attorney/Client Privilege

    Even though attorney-client privilege is the oldest of evidentiary privileges, many privilege issues remain unresolved, particularly as they relate to in-house representation. Recently two state supreme court decisions have provided some clarification. In Texas, the high court...

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  • “White-Hat” Hackers Can Beef Up Company Security

    So called white-hat hackers can be a powerful tool to expose system vulnerabilities. The process of utilizing them has become formalized and is now part of normal business operations for numerous organizations. Among them is the Pentagon,...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Study: 40 percent Of Used Storage Drives Weren’t Wiped

    If you decide to donate used computer equipment to a good cause, or otherwise pass it on, don’t assume the hard drive is going to get wiped even if the recipients tell you it will be. That...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Five Ways Your Website Can Be Infected

    The first step in protecting yourself against website malware is understanding what you’re up against...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • Sensible Disclosure Concerning Litigation Finance

    Third-party litigation finance has been construed by some as unethical – unfairly, according to Vannin Capital managing director Alan Guy, and he notes that courts, for the most part, agree with him. “Ultimately,” he says, “commercial litigation...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Will United States Border Protection Admit Your Foreign Visitor?

    The chances that your visiting overseas employee will run into problems with Customs and Border protection may be as high as they’ve ever been, but you can improve the odds. This Today’s General Counsel article, by Sheppard...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Woman Hit By T-Shirt Sues Houston Astros

    The mascot of the Houston Astros, named “Orbit” as homage to Houston’s space industry, was shooting t-shirts into the stands out of an air gun when one of them allegedly injured a spectator. According to the woman’s...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Study Finds One In Four Phishing Emails Gets Past Office 365 Security

    About one percent of all emails are phishing attacks, and, per a recent study, 25 percent of those emails are able to get past a security tool that’s built into Office 365. The Global Phish Report from...

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