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By Sean Hoar, Dylan C. Whitelock-Wolff
Ransomware continues to cause severe disruptions and the loss of critical data within business information systems. It is also leveraging the use of certain
By Sean Hoar, David E. Artman
Malicious attackers continue to use email platforms for nefarious purposes.
By Mary A. Smigielski, David Harvey
As hurricane season begins and Florida braces for Hurricane Dorian, companies impacted by this year's hurricanes face a host of employment law concerns
By Emma Pelkey
Back-to-school season has officially arrived, and with it has come some new school supplies for parents: protection under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
By Tiffany Truffo, Mary A. Smigielski, Daniel Cetina
Chicago, Ill. (August 21, 2019) - A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has held that Illinois Facebook users may bring claims for privacy violations under state law
By Bindu Nair, Elizabeth Dill
Additionally, the credit reporting agency must inform consumers how to request a security freeze.
By Nicholas Hurzeler, Eileen Budd
New York, N.Y. (August 14, 2019) - Supplementing our July 16 Client Alert, New York's Child Victims Act (CVA) takes effect today after having been signed by Governor Cuomo on February 14, 2019.
By Lindsey Smith, Elizabeth Dill, David B. Sherman
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act, Senate Bill 5575B/Assembly Bill 5635B.
By Peter Shapiro, Jeffrey Spiegel
On August 6, 2019, New Jersey adopted the Wage Theft Act (WTA), which is effective immediately.
By Steven Gatley
California follows New York City's passage of a similar ordinance earlier this year.
By Jade McKenzie
This decision provides clarity to this exception and reinforces the long-standing requirement that all meal periods must be at least 30 minutes in length.
By Elisaveta Dolghih, Ashley Voli
Many of the aspects of the statute will have to be clarified by courts or future amendments.
By Ezra Finkle
But the FCRA is, at least in some jurisdictions, not the only game in town
By Elisaveta Dolghih, Sean Driscoll
On May 14, 2019, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed House Bill 2992, amending the existing non-compete statute to now require employers to provide employees with a signed, written copy of their non-competition agreements ...
By Daniel Cetina
After more than two years of negotiations, on July 24, 2019, the Chicago City Council, in a unanimous vote and with Mayor Lori Lightfoot's support, passed the Fair Workweek Ordinance (FWO).
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