The U.S. government's Cybersecurity Framework has strengthened the corporate counsel's already important position as a key member of the management team
Worksite enforcement and immigration-related employment fines remain at the forefront of Immigration and Customs Enforcement priorities for the upcoming fiscal year
Companies have to move aggressively and proactively to prevent—and mitigate the consequences of—a data breach. The single most important step a general counsel can take is to engage in a
When legal and IT departments fail to collaborate, their companies suffer
...Manufacturing, and Trade, ETA urged lawmakers to create a federal data breach notification law. Payment processors currently have to comply with various state laws for...
...cross-border data transfer and legal compliance with data security and breach notification laws. “Interestingly, it is the potential for loss of...
While in-house counsel may not have an in-depth knowledge of a company's data environment, they are still critical first-line defenders in the fight for cybersecurity
Recent court decisions suggest that there may be particular risks associated with a director's choice to resign during a period of corporate controversy or distress. As such, they may serve as a usef
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In-house counsel spend a lot of time talking to a lot of key people in the company, but they typically avoid the door to the IT department
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