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By Gary Kibel, Justin Lee, Avinoam Shefa
The California legislature passed five bills amending the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) that, if signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom, will provide some degree of relief to the marketing industry.
By Gregg Gilman, Nicholas Joseph
On September 10, 2019, California legislators passed a landmark bill toughening the state's employment classification test for independent contractors.
By Ralph Norton
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has sued Kik Interactive, Inc. (Kik), the owner and operator of Kik Messenger
By Allison Fitzpatrick, Gary Kibel, Samantha Rothaus
Google and its subsidiary YouTube have reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the New York State Attorney General under which Google
By Allison Fitzpatrick, Justin Lee, Samantha Rothaus
The FTC is taking a fresh look at the COPPA to evaluate the amendments that went into effect in 2013 and to consider whether additional modifications are warranted in light of rapidly changing technology, such as...
By Gary Kibel, Justin Lee, Avinoam Shefa
New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has signed into law a bill that strengthens the state's existing security breach notification rules and imposes significant new obligations on companies that own or license...
By Shira Franco
Joining an expanding list of states and cities that have implemented restrictions on the use of salary history in the hiring process, including New York State, New York City, and California, New Jersey recently passed...
By Gary Kibel, Maxine Sharavsky
A bill has been introduced in the New York City Council that, if enacted, would make it unlawful for a mobile application developer or a telecommunications carrier to share a customer's location data with third parties...
By Marc Rachman, Brooke Singer
A federal district court in California has awarded a $2.7-million default judgment to Kim Kardashian West in her lawsuit against a fast fashion online
By Daniel Feinstein, Marissa Comart
The New York City Commission on Human Rights published Legal Enforcement Guidance prohibiting discriminatory workplace hair policies in February.
By Gary Kibel, Oriyan Gitig, Justin Lee
2018 saw a surge of state data security legislation, including by Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Louisiana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont and Virginia.
By Jennifer Tafet Klausner, Marissa Comart
In a unanimous opinion authored by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that Title VII's requirement that employees file a charge with the U.S.
By Gregg Brochin, Nicholas Joseph
On July 10, 2019, Governor Cuomo signed into law two bills aimed at reducing pay inequity based on gender and other protected characteristics, continuing
By Neal Klausner, Claudia Cohen
Two recent federal court decisions involving a company's unauthorized use of a photograph found online illustrate how courts evaluate the fair use defense to a claim that the company infringed the photographer's copyright.
By Brooke Singer, Joy Wildes, Anna Schuler
What constitutes a "scandalous" trademark? The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has been grappling with this question since the enactment of the 1905 Trademark Act
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