With a high-profile court decision declaring the NSA’s reading of the Patriot Act illegal, pundits and politicians alike are scrambling to see the fate of the act will be at the end of the month. It’d be best if they let it die.
For many years, the U.S. was the only country actively seeking to use its laws to fight corruption.
RadioShack filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware bankruptcy court in February, seeking a court-supervised sale of $1.2 billion in assets. Included in the sale is a database of customer information from about 1,700 stores regarding RadioShack’s 117 million customers.
Americans are standing on the cusp of a revolution in how we access and use money, a revolution that could make our economic lives more secure and our economy more robust.
As we approach the end of the 2015 peak proxy season, the annual parade of articles and studies of executive compensation has begun.
If it did not depict so much dysfunction, the incessant mud-slinging between in-house counsel and law firm lawyers about abysmal communication would be almost laughable. Instead it reveals a continuing and unresolved component in the law firm-client relationship, a serious and costly barrier to effective collaboration.
Disrupted, yet again. The world is fast preparing for the invasion of objects connected to the Internet, otherwise known as the Internet of Things (“IoT”).
BakerHostetler’s inaugural Data Security Incident Response Report (the “Report”) concluded that employee negligence and theft were two of the top five causes of data security incidents for the more than 200 incidents that we handled in 2014.
In private M&A transactions, many complex issues can arise.
In Miller/Coors Sings the Blues over Craft Beer Lawsuit, All About Advertising Law discusses a recent deceptive advertising lawsuit against Miller/Coors.