Three data security failures in less than two years that caused millions of dollars in loss constituted a violation of the Federal Trade Commission Act, the agency alleged in a new suit against Wyndham Worldwide Corporation.
Banks are vulnerable to seizures of customer assets by the U.S. Government.
Banks are vulnerable to seizures of customer assets by the U.S. Government. This article describes the law and procedure surrounding the U.S. government’s asset forfeiture mechanism, an enforcement tool being deployed more frequently in the context of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ...
In the social networking site’s latest legal news, Facebook has agreed to pay more than $20 million to settle a class action lawsuit over its “Sponsored Stories” ad feature.
Charter cities are not required to comply with California’s prevailing wage law with respect to construction contracts for public buildings, according to a July 2, 2012, California Supreme Court decision.
By virtue of legislative inaction, on June 30, 2012, Governor Brown's Reorganization Plan 2 (GRP 2) has been approved.
The long-awaited Supreme Court decision brings clarity to the future of health care reform and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The band Beach House is considering legal action against Volkswagen after the car maker repeatedly sought permission to use one of its songs in an ad and then, after the band refused, reportedly commissioned a “soundalike” song for the commercial.
Legislators and regulators are expressing concern following a report that Facebook is considering options that would allow children under the age of 13 to use the social media site.
Rumored to have known each other intimately in life, Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe have now symbolically met in death in the courtroom.