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Court rules that FTC has authority to regulate corporate cybersecurity *

- April 9 2014
Beleaguered companies suffering from data breaches got more bad news when a federal judge held that the United States Federal Trade Commission (the…

Co-authors: Emily Westridge Black, Ronald Breaux.


A desk guide to data protection and breach response - part 4 *

- March 6 2014
Once your company becomes aware of a suspected data breach, time is of the essence. Losses from the breach are likely mounting, the clock is running…

Co-authors: Emily Westridge Black, Ronald Breaux.


In Stanford-related cases, Supreme Court allows state-law fraud class actions, limiting the extent of federal preclusion *

- February 27 2014
On February 26, 2014, the Supreme Court held that state-law fraud class actions brought against attorneys, insurance brokers and others arising from…

Co-authors: Nicholas Even.


A desk guide to data protection and breach response - Part 2 *

- February 20 2014
When you hear the term “bespoke,” you may think suits or dresses, but you should be thinking data security plans. Savvy organizations realize that…

Co-authors: Emily Westridge Black, Ronald Breaux.


A desk guide to data protection and breach response - Part 1 *

- February 13 2014
The news has been filled with stories of high-profile data breaches, exposing breached companies to intense and negative scrutiny from lawmakers…

Co-authors: Gavin D. George, Emily Westridge Black.


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