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Help! The Government Seized My Privileged Documents! What a Recent Fifth Circuit Case Says About How to Respond

USA - August 17 2021 Consider what would happen if government agents executed a search warrant at your business and collected hundreds of emails between employees and…

John Greil

A Win for Insureds: Fifth Circuit Finds Duty-to-Defend Data Breach Suit under Personal and Advertising Injury Clause in CGL Policy

USA - July 21 2021 Amid high-profile cybersecurity breaches that have spurred regulatory action and encouraged compliance revamps, the Fifth Circuit recently ruled that…

Devika Kornbacher, Elizabeth Matthews, Sarah H. Mitchell, Branden Stein

Insider Trading Update: Recent Developments and Compliance Risks

USA - June 17 2021 Two separate, recent lines of cases have continued to shape the circumstances under which insider trading prosecutions can be brought, and as a…

Hayley Cook, Brian L. Howard II

Business School Ranking Scandal Tests the Scope of Federal Fraud Statutes

USA - June 17 2021 A grand jury in Pennsylvania recently indicted the former Dean of Temple University’s business school, Dr. Moshe Porat, for wire fraud, alleging that…

Gian Gualco-Nelson, Meghan Natenson

Hacking the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: The Supreme Court Narrows the Reach of the CFAA’s “Exceeds Authorized Access” Provision

USA - June 8 2021 The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) was designed to stop hacking and other forms of cybercrime. For many years, multiple courts of appeals and…

Jessica S. Heim, Meghan Natenson, Evan Seeder