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Springing Consumer Rights: Responding to the Federal Government Shutdown and Anticipating Another

USA - March 29 2019 On Friday, January 25, the longest federal government shutdown ended. Over the course of the 35-day partial government shutdown, many employees and…

Webb McArthur

Dead Men Violate No Injunctions

USA - October 31 2018 Can the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") prove that it needs a court order to stop deceased people from violating or being "about to" violate the law…

Nora Udell

The Myth of Fingerprints: The Privacy Pitfalls of Biometric Data

USA - July 31 2018 Looking for a way to reduce losses, you may have heard that some dealerships are collecting fingerprints, both electronically and…

New York Court of Appeals to Consider Scope of Law Prohibiting Discrimination Based on a Criminal Conviction

USA - January 30 2017 The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently certified three questions to the New York Court of Appeals for guidance on who may…

Latif Zaman