When it opened its doors in 1901, Hunton & Williams was, with just four lawyers, the largest firm in Richmond. It has grown a bit since then: Hunton now has some 850 lawyers and ranks solidly on The Am Law 100. Although it is a full–service firm, Hunton has particular strengths in energy...
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...according to Hunton & Williams' "Privacy and Information Security Law Blog." The Luxembourg...
...Lisa Sotto, managing partner of Hunton & Williams' New York office and ...
...telecommunications and labor/employment law: Hunton & Williams in Richmond during 2001 and at ...
Law firms that come into contact with protected health information must enforce information security controls, protect confidential information, monitor workforce information access and track complia
...Lisa Sotto, managing partner, New York office of Hunton & Williams. ...
The obvious answer as to when a party can release a litigation hold is when the litigation is "over." When litigation is over, however, may not be apparent, according to John J. Delionado and
Originally Published: Daily Business Review
Allen & Overy and Slaughter and May are advising on Thomson Reuters's purchase of the Practical Law Company, while Gunderson Dettmer, a technology shop already busy this week advising Current TV on i
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
Corporations eager to exploit their massive customer data risk alienating consumers and regulators if they stumble on privacy and security
Global consulting firm AlixPartners has brought on board two EDD veterans, David J. White and Cynthia Bateman, as directors in the company's information management services group, bringing growth to
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