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President Trump Appoints Acting FTC Chair With Narrower View of FTC Authority; Vacancies Remain to Be Filled

USA - February 1 2017 President Donald Trump has appointed an acting FTC chair, who has advocated a more restrained approach to cybersecurity matters. With the current...

Stuart D. Levi, David C. Eisman, James R. Carroll, Todd E. Freed, Lisa Gilford, Marc S. Gerber, Brian W. Duwe, Patrick Fitzgerald.


Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - December 2016

USA - January 3 2017 The New York State Department of Financial Services has announced certain changes to its new cybersecurity regulation for banks, insurance companies...

Jennifer L. Spaziano, Ivan A. Schlager, David E. Schwartz, Stuart D. Levi, David C. Eisman, Joshua F. Gruenspecht, James R. Carroll, Jessica N. Cohen, Michael Y. Scudder.


Matters to Consider for the 2017 Annual Meeting and Reporting Season

USA - December 7 2016 Each company faces important decisions in preparing for its 2017 Annual Meeting and reporting season. Once again, we have prepared a...

Joseph M. Yaffe, Erica Schohn, Josh LaGrange, Regina Olshan, Neil M. Leff, Michael R. Bergmann, Andrew J. Brady, Marc S. Gerber, Brian V. Breheny.


Privacy & Cybersecurity Update November 2016

Global - December 5 2016 In the most recent development in the long-running battle between LabMD and the FTC, the 11th Circuit has delayed enforcement of the FTC's order...

Stuart D. Levi, David C. Eisman, James R. Carroll, Timothy G. Reynolds, Todd E. Freed, Lisa Gilford, Marc S. Gerber, Brian W. Duwe, Patrick Fitzgerald.


SEC Proposes Rule Amendments to Require Universal Proxy Cards

USA - October 27 2016 On October 26, 2016, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted 2-to-1 to propose amendments to the proxy rules that would require the...

Stephen F. Arcano, Marc S. Gerber, Brian V. Breheny.