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Supreme Court Issues Liu Decision on Disgorgement with Important Implications for Section 13(b)

USA - June 22 2020 The Supreme Court issued an 8 to 1 decision today in the highly-anticipated case of Liu v. SEC. The opinion, authored by Justice Sotomayor (with…

John E. Villafranco

Big Little Material Omissions: Reese Witherspoon and Draper James Subject of Class Action Lawsuit

USA - June 9 2020 In April, Draper James - the clothing line of Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon - conducted a promotion for teachers, but ran into some communication…

Gonzalo E. Mon

CCPA Update: Final Regulations Submitted but No Changes from Prior Draft

USA - June 2 2020 On June 2, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced that he had submitted final CCPA regulations to the Office of Administrative Law…

Carmen Hinebaugh, Aaron Burstein, Alysa Zeltzer Hutnik, Alexander Schneider

Telemarketing During the Pandemic

USA - March 24 2020 Over the past few weeks, my colleagues have discussed some of the considerations for marketing around COVID-19, including claim substantiation and…

Alysa Zeltzer Hutnik

Podcast: CCPA Update - Attorney General Proposes Modified Draft Regulations

USA - February 13 2020 Privacy law 101 webinar on Wednesday, February 25th While there is a lot of attention on California’s new privacy law (CCPA), what about the basic privacy considerations when it comes to compliance, risk assessment, and negotiating contracts? Please join partner Alysa Hutnik and associate Carmen

Carmen Hinebaugh