...transactions has grown, so too has the sale of so-called "cyber-insurance." This insurance product began to develop in the 1990s as...
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In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco, executive assistant district attorney, investigations division, Office of the Queens County District Attorney, writes: The Major League Baseball steroid sc
In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco, executive assistant district attorney, investigations division, Office of the Queens County District Attorney, writes: What type of legal authorization is
Edie Windsor, 84, and Roberta Kaplan, 46, a partner and commercial litigator at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, have forged a unique relationship since Kaplan took up Windsor's challenge to
In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco, an executive assistant district attorney with the Office of the Queens County District Attorney, writes that in many criminal cases, cell phone tracking d
Milton Springut, a partner at Springut Law, writes: In March, the Supreme Court held that the "first sale" doctrine applies to items manufactured and sold abroad by the copyright owner, making it har
Embracing DNA technology as "one of the most significant scientific advancements of our era," the court ruled, 5-4, that taking DNA samples with a mouth swab is a "negligible" intrusion that does not
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