• 11.26.18

    Is Your Ecommerce Site Secure for the Holidays?

    The holiday season is here again and it is a prime time for cybercriminals to target websites to steal sensitive data.

  • 11.08.18

    California Now Requires Female Directors on Public Company Boards

    In a groundbreaking move to bring gender diversity to the boardroom, on Sept. 30, 2018, Governor Jerry Brown signed California Senate Bill 826 (SB 826), which amends the California Corporations Code to require public companies headquartered in California to have a minimum number of female ...

  • 09.27.18

    Major Data Breach Settlement Between Uber and State AGs

    In one of the largest privacy settlements to date, the attorneys general from 50 states and the District of Columbia secured a $148 million settlement from their investigation into a November 2016 hack of driver data from Uber.

  • 09.18.18

    Price Gouging Alert for the Carolinas

    Last week, Hurricane Florence made landfall.

  • 07.10.18

    California Governor Signs Sweeping New Privacy Legislation

    Governor Brown and California legislators enacted far-reaching consumer privacy and data security protections in a deal to avoid a deeply flawed privacy initiative being placed on the ballot for voters in November.

  • 04.12.18

    D.C. Circuit TCPA Decision Webinar

    On March 16, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit released its hotly anticipated decision in ACA Int’l v. FCC.

  • 02.06.18

    DOJ Expands Opioid Enforcement Efforts Using Data Analytics

    On Jan. 30, 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that over the next 45 days, as part of its continued increase in opioid-related enforcement, the Drug Enforcement Agency will “surge” agents and investigators to opioid “hot spots.”

  • 12.19.17

    The Battle Over CFPB Leadership Continues

    Although the first round in the battle over leadership of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau went to President Donald Trump’s pick for the position, the fight continues, leaving the CFPB’s ongoing work very unsettled.

  • 11.06.17

    Social Media, Behavior Policies Tossed by NLRB ALJ

    Prohibiting social media activity by employees that “reflect[s] poorly” on the employer violates the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), an administrative law judge (ALJ) determined.

  • 10.02.17

    NLRB Upholds Retailer’s Rules on Confidential Customer Information

    Macy’s rules prohibiting the disclosure of confidential customer information didn’t violate Section 8 of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), the majority of a panel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) determined, and employees would not reasonably construe the rules as ...