SEC cybersecurity investigations: A how-to guide

Aug 21, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Lisa J. Sotto, Scott H. Kimpel and Matthew P. Bosher of Hunton & Williams say companies subject to SEC jurisdiction should plan

Wearable gizmos vs. medical devices: How companies can comply with FDA cybersecurity recommendations

Aug 14, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Kaye Scholer counsel Helen Christakos says watches and apps that measure users’ heart rate and fitness goals, contact lenses that monitor glucose

Preparing for a data breach: Data security regulations and best practices

May 28, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Patricia Bailin and Arielle Brown of the International Association of Privacy Professionals say companies need to realize that sooner or later, they will be hacked.

When internal compliance monitoring stumbles, directors and officers may face risk

May 11, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Jeffery M. Cross and Dylan Smith of Freeborn & Peters discuss when officers and directors can be liable for failed internal compliance monitoring following a criminal antitrust conviction or civil antitrust enforcement settlement.

Cyberthreats lurk: Protect your employees’ PII

Mar 2, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Valeria Barnhart and Emily Thomas of Kelley Kronenberg PA say that as small and large data breaches are occurring at an alarming

Outside counsel needs sharp ethical eye while looking in

Feb 23, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Attorneys retained by a company to conduct an internal investigation need to uncover any possible fraud, say Breon S. Peace, Elizabeth Vicens

Look, up in the sky! California’s ‘paparazzi drones’ and privacy issues

Jan 30, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Buchalter Nemer attorney Paul Fraidenburgh and California state Assemblyman Don Wagner say the key to California’s new “paparazzi drone law” is that

Lenders: Check MERS case law in foreclosure actions

Jan 6, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems case law exists in many jurisdictions to support striking down foreclosure challenges

New FDA ‘guidance’ offers little of it

Nov 21, 2014 By: Nick Sullivan

Medical device law specialist Jeffrey K. Shapiro says the FDA’s recently released standards on medical device recalls vs. medical device enhancements didn’t point the industry in a definite direction.

Young v. UPS: How the Supreme Court may change the employment law landscape

Nov 11, 2014 By: Nick Sullivan

If any of your are employees pregnant, thinking of getting pregnant, you had better pay attention to a U.S. Supreme Court decision expected in early 2015: Young v. United Parcel Service Inc.