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By Harold Gordon, Rebekah Blake
New York courts will continue to scrutinize the factual basis for personal jurisdiction over non-New York defendants with a fact-intensive inquiry.
By Dennis Rimkunas, John Allan, Michael Wynne, Kirk Lyda, Michael J. Scarduzio, Antoinette L. Ellison
The Respondent in the case, Gilbert Hyatt, was a California resident who moved to Nevada.
By George Cahill, Dickson Chin, Locke McMurray, Tracy Oley
The Resolution Stay Regulations require GSIBs to amend or otherwise remediate a wide range of financial contracts and are reaching into potentially unexpected corners of the markets.
By Brian Jorgensen
On April 25, 2019, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia set a September 30, 2019, deadline for employers to submit pay data on the revised EEO-1 form.
By Carl Kukkonen III, Amanda Leckman
The law makes no mention of an exception to the time bar if the complaint lacks standing.
By Adam Salter, Drew R. Broadfoot
On March 24, the federal government announced that it will introduce legislation amending the Privacy Act in the second half of 2019.
By Michiru Takahashi, Sharon Yiu, Grace Zhang
On February 21, the Privacy Commissioner published an Investigation Report in connection with a data breach of Hong Kong Broadband Network Limited's network exposing the data of approximately 380,000 customers and service applicants.
By Laurent De Muyter, Undine von Diemar, Olivier Haas, Jörg Hladjk, Bastiaan Kout, Jonathon Little, Martin Lotz, Hatziri Minaudier, Selma Olthof, Sara Rizzon, Irene Robledo, Elizabeth A. Robertson, Lucia Stefania Stoican, Rhys Thomas
On February 15, the Bulgarian presidency published a revised draft of the proposed ePrivacy Regulation.
By Rick Bergstrom, Jonathan M. Linas, Steven Zadravecz, Terri Chase, Michael Gleason, Craig Waldman
California courts are known for the skepticism with which they approach post-employment restrictive covenants.
By Prudence Smith
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has opposed the proposed $15 billion merger of telecom providers TPG Telecom Limited and Vodafone Hutchison Australia Pty Ltd.
By Guillermo Larrea, Daniel D'Agostini
The personal data was shared by certain users without the data owner's consent.
By Jones Day
When determining the form of consent, the organization should consider the sensitivity of the information and individuals' reasonable expectations.
By Jones Day
ennifer also regularly counsels employers on privacy and cybersecurity matters in the workplace.
By George Cahill, Kim Desmarais, Locke McMurray
Following up on its September market consultations for FRNs and syndicated loans, the ARRC published final recommended fallback language for both products on April 25, 2019.
By Yury Kalish Ph.D., Blaney Harper
Last week the Federal Circuit held that, like patent decisions, ITC decisions pertaining to trademark infringement and validity are not entitled to preclusive effect. Swagway v ITC, No. 2018-1672 (May 9, 2019).
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