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Chinese data security laws increasingly create roadblocks for litigants seeking discovery in U.S. courts

China - March 1 2022 Two Chinese information security laws, the Data Security Law (“DSL”) and the Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”), are creating difficulties…

Stuart Cobb, Michael J. Lowell, Mark D. Quist, Cindy Shen, Gerard M. Stegmaier

Federal agencies must update cybersecurity controls to achieve a zero trust architecture

USA - January 28 2022 On January 26, 2022, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) published Memorandum M-22-09, “Moving the U.S. Government Toward Zero Trust…

Liza Craig, Elizabeth Leavy

Protecting consumers online: FTC and CFPB team up with State AGs

USA - August 17 2022 The recent National Association of Attorneys General Presidential Summit marked a clear partnership between state AGs, the Federal Trade Commission…

Divonne Smoyer

GAO sustains protest because of material key personnel misrepresentations and disparate treatment during proposal evaluation

Global - March 3 2022 Late last year, on December 20, 2021, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), sustained a protest in the Matter of Insight Technology Solutions…

Liza Craig, Kirsten Lowell, Joshuah Turner

New federal incident response regulations drive notification complexity

USA - April 27 2022 Despite the lack of near-term prospects for passage of a comprehensive Federal privacy law, the Federal government recently issued new incident…

Christian Blair, Mark D. Quist, Gerard M. Stegmaier