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Telling a tall tale: reports of demise of privacy obligations are greatly exaggerated

USA - April 3 2017 There has been a good deal of public discussion of pending legislative action to relieve internet service providers of the obligation to obtain...

Martin B. Robins.

Text or tele-marketing? Need to expand your view of privacy obligations

USA - November 10 2016 For many businesses, privacy compliance does not involve only what you do with consumer information and whether you properly disclose your intentions...

Martin B. Robins.

Privacy in M&A - Personal Information has moved up to the Grown-up Table

USA - November 8 2016 Whether you are the seller or the buyer, corporate privacy policies included in the companies' websites have an enormous impact on a future merger or...

Martin B. Robins, Peter J. Cahill, Steven C. Papkin, Carl R. Johnston.

More required reading: new FTC data breach guidebook

USA - October 27 2016 We have repeatedly mentioned the need for a data breach incident response plan for all businesses. The same is not only essential to facilitate...

Martin B. Robins.

Intellectual Property Law Update

USA - September 27 2016 We hope everyone had an excellent summer and is eager to get back to work! To ease the transition and improve your business prospects, please consider...

Martin B. Robins, Geoffrey M. Goodale, Joseph Manak, Michael S. Khoury.