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How to Avoid and Defend ADA Access Claims in Utah

USA - June 1 2017 If your business is open to the public, you are likely a target of an increasing number of “architectural barrier” claims under the Americans with...


Delaware Bankruptcy Court Holds LLC Operating Agreement Provisions Placing Sole Power in the Company’s Lender to Prevent a Bankruptcy Filing are Void as Against Public Policy

USA - September 13 2016 In an important decision for debtors and creditors alike, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware has ruled that provisions in...

Clarissa Collier, Mona L. Burton.


Waiting May Cost You: Sanctions for Inadequate Cybersecurity Practices May Be Imposed Before a Cyber Attack

USA - August 1 2016 This year the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Federal Trade Commission have published orders...

Romaine Marshall.


Federal Appeals Court Holds Data Breach Class Action Triggers Insurer's Duty to Defend under General Liability Policy

USA - April 15 2016 A Federal Court of Appeals held that general insurance policies cover a data breach class action in a case that is highly likely to impact how courts...

Romaine Marshall, Michael Carrigan.