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  • Maximizing Privilege In Data Breach Investigations

    The Investigation of a data breach is not automatically protected, but there are ways to maximize the chances that it will be...

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  • How The #MeToo Movement Has Changed M&A

    The #MeToo movement has had a major effect on what investors and buyers are obliged to do in order to manage risk. This Today’s General Counsel article, by Littler attorneys Devjani H. Mishra and Raoul Parekh, discusses...

    • Posted 2 days ago
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  • Amazon Hacked, In A Slow-Motion Fraud

    Over a period of about six months, hackers siphoned cash from about 100 Amazon merchant accounts to accounts the hackers controlled at two financial services companies. Amazon explicitly acknowledged that the two companies, Barclays Plc and Prepay...

    • Posted 6 days ago
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  • 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...

    • Posted 6 days ago
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  • You Can’t Beat It, So You Better Insure It

    That’s the message from the insurance industry, or at least as relayed from one San Francisco-based cyber-specialty insurance company that recently received $40 million in venture capital funding. That message, presumably, is based on what appears to...

    • Posted 1 week ago
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  • Derby Announcer Claims Trademark For “Down The Stretch They Come,” Sues Amazon

    The Kentucky Derby announcer known for saying “down the stretch they come” as the horses head for the straightaway has sued Amazon. He is claiming trademark protection, and he says the company is selling merchandise that uses...

    • Posted 1 week ago
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  • Survey: Fed’s Workplace Enforcement Remains “Extraordinarily Robust”

    Anticipated regulatory relief from the Trump administration is proving “slow to materialize,” and meanwhile state and local labor regulation is getting increasingly complex. These are among the finding from Littler’s eighth annual employer survey regarding the legal,...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • How Should Employers Handle The Measles Outbreak?

    The presence of measles may interface with numerous laws and regulations, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and various state and local laws. In the face of the current...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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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...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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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...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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