Recent GDPR Fines Against Amazon and WhatsApp Set New Records
The passage of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) made it clear that the European Union (EU) is extremely serious about consumer privacy and that protecting EU citizens...Read More
Tips for Handling a Cyber Incident Review
A cyber security incident is a stressful and frightening event for an organization’s team. When it comes to putting cyber plans in place, organizations need to prepare for the worst-case...Read More
Competition Class Action Moves Forward in UK – What to Expect and How to Strategize
Historically, class action lawsuits were primarily tied to the U.S. With the exceptions of Canada, Australia, and a few others, most countries around the globe did not embrace this legal...Read More
The Future of Student Loans and Bankruptcy – Is There a Bubble Waiting to Burst?
In March 2021, the U.S. Department of Education noted that student loan borrowers owed $1.6 trillion federal and private loans. For many, loans are the only option to attend a U.S...Read More
The Untapped Potential of ALSPs: What Else Can They Offer Legal Professionals?
After gaining increasing popularity, the legal industry recognizes the value that alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) can provide. These providers have so much to offer legal...Read More
Chat Messages Got You Chatting?
While the need to collect, review, and produce chat messages isn’t a new phenomenon, the frequency of obtaining this data and the variety of applications to pull it from have increased...Read More
Why is More Collaboration Between Legal and Incident Response Teams Necessary?
After a cyber incident occurs, response needs to be swift and thorough to limit the fallout and ensure compliance. Some key factors that will dictate how a response should be handled...Read More
Massachusetts Says Flexible Work Arrangements Should be the Norm
Firms, corporate law departments, and other legal organizations all over the U.S. are deciding the best way to structure their offices as in person operations begin resuming. One major...Read More
U.S. Data Privacy Roundup – What is on the Horizon?
Data privacy remains a trending topic amongst U.S. state lawmakers. To protect personal and sensitive information in the digital age, extra safeguards are necessary, and lawmakers are...Read More
Supreme Court Raises Standing Requirements for Data Breach Class Actions
With all the focus on data privacy, it is no surprise that courts are weighing in on this topic so that consumers can have more guidance about their legal options and organizations can...Read More
Government Regulation of Business
If your business is faced with a regulatory investigation, your highest priority is obviously addressing the underlying concerns and reaching a settlement as necessary. Once terms are...Read More
Anticipate Stricter Enforcement Following the New Antitrust Executive Order
President Biden signed an executive order on July 9 that will have a major influence on the U.S. economy. The order targets antitrust and competition issues present in several major...Read More