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  • Ragged Implementation But Overall Success For GDPR

    According to a report by the European Commission, two years after it went into effect the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an overall success in providing more privacy for citizens and a better understanding of...

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  • A Giant Canary In The Digital Coal Mine

    Virtually all law firms and companies with legal departments, and even most businesses with no in-house lawyers, by now are aware of the increased cybersecurity risk they face because so many employees are working at home. But...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • More Groups Support Adding Justices to the Supreme Court

    The movement on the left to pack the Supreme Court is gaining momentum. Some evidence that the Court has taken notice came in the form of its June 15 refusal to take up new cases for next...

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  • Unprotected Data In the Cloud

    Companies are consistently making a big cybersecurity error, and it is starting to show up statistically. The error is leaving cloud storage holding private data unprotected. Obtaining it is one of the few types of cyberattacks on the...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Polls Show Waning Support for the Supreme Court As Presently Constituted

    A Marquette School of Law survey found that 52 percent of “very conservative” respondents have high confidence in the Supreme Court, compared to 31 percent of “very liberal” voters. About 80 percent of all respondents possess at...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Arbitration
    Pandemic Should Expand Compliance Officer’s Role

    The pandemic has created an opportunity to leverage the huge potential of combining ethics, enterprise risk management and compliance. These are interdependent functions, but in many corporations they are placed in stand-alone silos. This is an unhealthy...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Pandemic Creates Material Disclosure Risks

    Financial and other uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are creating disclosure issues for companies across all industries. Barrie Brejcha, posting on the BakerMcKenzie site, cites an SEC directive that companies provide investors with assessments and plans...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • DOJ Backs Off Antitrust Enforcement For Covid Collaboration

    At the companies’ request, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division has issued a business review letter, saying it does not intend to challenge a proposed collaboration among five medical/surgical and pharmaceutical distributors. The companies say they are...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • Dissecting Supreme Court Opinions to See How They are Reached

    In a post on Scotusblog, Adam Feldman delves into the notoriously opaque process by which the most important decisions in the legal system are made. He starts from the premise that much is unknown about how the...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • EPA Will Back Off On Enforcement During Pandemic

    In a carefully worded memorandum, the EPA announced that it would suspend or curtail some types of enforcement. The agency said, for example, that it “does not expect to seek penalties for violations of routine compliance monitoring,...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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