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ID Theft Protection and Credit Monitoring for Equifax Cyberattack: Get It But Proceed With Caution

USA - September 11 2017 In connection with a massive security breach of a severity beyond those previously reported, Equifax is offering identity theft protection and credit

Managing the employment relationship in Wyoming

USA - September 5 2017 A structured guide to managing the employment relationship in Wyoming

The Right Introduction: Learn from Fiction

USA - September 7 2017 The cliché words, "It was a dark and stormy night," come from the opening sentence of the novel Paul Clifford by Edward George Bulwer-Lytton. And when

Fiduciary duties of employees

USA - November 3 2014 Most of us are familiar with the concept that a company's officers and directors owe fiduciary duties to the company. In fact, most states have

Sharing copyrighted content on social media fair use or infringement?

USA - April 4 2014 As the popularity of social media grows, the amount of content that is posted and shared among social media users skyrockets. Users can post or repost

Non-breaching party may choose between liquidated damages and actual damages if the contract so allows

USA - September 19 2017 The Supreme Court of Colorado has held that a contractual provision that gives a non-breaching party the option of choosing between recovery of

New Concerns for Employers and HR Departments post Equifax Cyber Breach

USA - September 18 2017 Equifax, a consumer credit reporting company, recently announced that computer hackers exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans

Equifax Removes Arbitration Clause; Confirms No Credit Card Required for Free Credit Monitoring Service

USA - September 15 2017 In our alert earlier this week, we cautioned that there were concerns with the arbitration clause in Equifax’s Terms of Use for its one year of free

Employer May Keep Tips As Long As Employees Are Paid Minimum Wage, According To 10th Circuit

USA - September 12 2017 By invalidating a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) regulation that states that tips are the property of employees, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals

Accelerating International Cooperation in Fraud, Corruption, and Other Criminal Investigations and Enforcement Actions

USA - September 12 2017 In recent years, international cooperation among law enforcement agencies in fraud, corruption, and a wide variety of business-related criminal