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SEC’s New, Powerful Enforcement Options

A lesser-known provision of the 2010 Dodd-Frank legislation allows the Securities and Exchange Commission to pursue civil penalties for a […]

M&A Transactions in Bermuda and the Cayman Islands

This article is a guide through the many acronyms associated with regulatory and process requirements associated with M&A in Bermuda […]

Cybersecurity Management 2014

Nearly half of respondents to a Today’s General Counsel survey regarding trends and attitudes toward cybersecurity felt their industry was […]

Permissible Limits On Employee Social Media

When do an employee’s criticisms, complaints, or derogatory statements constitute protected activity, and when are there proper grounds for discipline […]

NLRB Puts “Ambush Elections” On Fast Track

In March, Chairman Mark Pearce of the National Labor Relations Board refused a 30-day extension of the comment period on […]

Patent Eligibility of 3D Printed Organs Will Soon be an Issue

Biotech companies and scientists are working on a breakthrough that could allow specialized 3D printers to create human organs, a […]

New Web Domains Raise Risk of Cyber-Squatting

With new web domains beginning to appear online – including .London, .guru and .sexy to name a few – businesses […]

Managing Risk in Foreign Patent Filings

For foreign patent filings, employ specialized IP translation teams that include in-country native linguists who have subject matter expertise in […]

Securing Trade Secrets in the Digital Age

Trade secrets are increasingly critical to success in a competitive global economy, but legal protections for them remain weak in […]

Who Should Perform a Database Collection, IT Department or Third Party?

The writer considers the question: Whom do you contact first when you need to respond to a request involving your […]

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