Federal Response Before California Privacy Law Takes Effect? Not Likely
The countdown is on. With the California Consumer Privacy Act slated to go into effect Jan. 1, the call is Read more.
Data Protection Laws Complicate Cross-Border e-Discovery
For global businesses navigating litigation concerns, varying data protection laws are triggering potential complications in cross-border discovery. State and federal Read more.
Escalating Cyber Attacks Pose New Challenges for General Counsel
Recent cyber attacks on major U.S. businesses and government agencies are putting pressure on general counsels to help fortify internal Read more.
Growing List of Chief Legal Officers Reporting Directly to CEOs, Boards
A new study finds chief legal officers under increasing pressure because of regulatory and technological change to provide greater input Read more.
Corporate Culture, Regulatory Compliance Top GC Challenges in 2019
Corporate culture and regulatory compliance will continue to dominate counsel concerns as the year gets underway. From GDPR to California Read more.
New Law Guides M&A Investment and Security Priorities
The Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act, which was passed in August, will cast a wider net over the mergers Read more.
Fostering Information Governance in Today’s Organization
The need for a global view of information is emerging. In the late 1800s, the art world saw a new Read more.
Critical Wrinkles in New European Data Privacy Law
Though the EU’s first big data privacy law in 23 years is now in force, there’s little consensus on the Read more.
South Dakota: Surprising Adventure Travel at Every Turn
What’s in South Dakota? The Mount Rushmore State may be the fifth least-populous state but turns out it holds plenty Read more.
Westminster dog show: The hotel where it all started — 135 years ago
Westminster dog show and Madison Square Garden – it’s hard to think of one without the other. But back in Read more.