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    Inside CFIUS’ Annual Report: 7 Highlights

    Last week, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States released its unclassified annual report for the 2015 calendar year. While dated, the information in the report is nevertheless useful — the data clearly point to the CFIUS future we are...

    Manufacturers Must Focus On Securing The Internet Of Things

    We know internet-of-things devices are unsecure. Some say they are likely to remain unsecure. But given the increasing risk and seriousness of IoT-based attacks, manufacturers should take proactive measures to bring to market IoT devices that contain...

    The Rise Of The Consumer

    The conclusion of the financial crisis coincided with substantial increases in the use of social media, providing the consumer with a loud and powerful presence in the regulatory dialogue and fundamentally altering the way financial services firms and...

    The Rise Of The Consumer

    The conclusion of the financial crisis coincided with substantial increases in the use of social media, providing the consumer with a loud and powerful presence in the regulatory dialogue and fundamentally altering the way financial services firms and...

    How Plaintiffs And Defense Counsel Misperceive Each Other

    What makes the practice of law so stressful? Our thesis is that it comes from being terrible to each other. As a plaintiffs lawyer and a defense lawyer, we asked what we believed our opposition thought about us and how our opposition judged us — and then...

    How Plaintiffs And Defense Counsel Misperceive Each Other

    What makes the practice of law so stressful? Our thesis is that it comes from being terrible to each other. As a plaintiffs lawyer and a defense lawyer, we asked what we believed our opposition thought about us and how our opposition judged us — and then...

    How Plaintiffs And Defense Counsel Misperceive Each Other

    What makes the practice of law so stressful? Our thesis is that it comes from being terrible to each other. As a plaintiffs lawyer and a defense lawyer, we asked what we believed our opposition thought about us and how our opposition judged us — and then...

    BREAKING: Anthony Weiner Sentenced to 21 Months In Sexting Case

    Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner was sentenced in a New York federal court on Monday to 21 months in prison for sexting a 15-year-old girl. ...read more

    BREAKING: Anthony Weiner Sentenced to 21 Months In Sexting Case

    Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner was sentenced in a New York federal court on Monday to 21 months in prison for sexting a 15-year-old girl. ...read more

    BREAKING: Anthony Weiner Sentenced to 21 Months In Sexting Case

    Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner was sentenced in a New York federal court on Monday to 21 months in prison for sexting a 15-year-old girl. ...read more

    The Dell Appeal In Light Of Recent DFC Opinion

    On Wednesday, the Delaware Supreme Court will hear oral argument in the Dell appraisal case — an appeal that is significant because the Delaware Chancery Court’s decision in the case was premised in large part on grounds that the Supreme Court recently...

    Trial Starts Of 3 Ex-Tesco Execs Accused Of Fraud

    Three former executives at British retailer Tesco PLC accused of fraud and false accounting go on trial this week at a London court in one of the most high-profile cases brought by the Serious Fraud Office. ...read more

    Equifax Breach Reminds Us Why We Need The 7th Amendment

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s arbitration rule restores transparency and accountability to our justice system and allows people to exercise their Seventh Amendment rights. However, the House of Representatives has voted to block it and the...

    Equifax Breach Reminds Us Why We Need The 7th Amendment

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s arbitration rule restores transparency and accountability to our justice system and allows people to exercise their Seventh Amendment rights. However, the House of Representatives has voted to block it and the...

    Equifax Breach Reminds Us Why We Need The 7th Amendment

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s arbitration rule restores transparency and accountability to our justice system and allows people to exercise their Seventh Amendment rights. However, the House of Representatives has voted to block it and the...

    Equifax Breach Reminds Us Why We Need The 7th Amendment

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s arbitration rule restores transparency and accountability to our justice system and allows people to exercise their Seventh Amendment rights. However, the House of Representatives has voted to block it and the...

    BREAKING: Trump Issues New Travel Restrictions As Ban Expires

    President Donald Trump signed a proclamation on Sunday laying out travel restrictions for eight countries, including five that were subject to the previous travel ban, marking the latest chapter in the administration's efforts to limit entry to the...

    Law360's Pro Say: How Far Can Courts Go To Control Judges?

    On the latest episode of Law360's Pro Say podcast, the team discusses what can be done when the conduct of a federal judge becomes a problem, Allergan's move to shield its patents from review, the latest news related to sentencing over the fall...

    5th Circ. Probes Legality Of Texas Sanctuary-City Law

    A Fifth Circuit panel on Friday questioned the legality of Texas requiring local communities to “fulfill” detainer requests by federal immigration agents when the federal government may not compel states and communities to do so itself. ....

    Ultratech Investors Seek Stock Appraisal In $815M Merger

    Shareholders of semiconductor equipment maker Ultratech Inc. filed a petition for appraisal of their investments Friday in Delaware Chancery Court, following the company’s $815 million acquisition by Veeco Instruments Inc. ...read more

    NJ Mayor Cops To Conspiracy Charge Over Use Of City Workers

    Paterson, New Jersey Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres pled guilty in a state corruption case accusing him of having city employees work on private property owned by his relatives on the city’s dime, in a move that will force him out of public...

    NJ Mayor Cops To Conspiracy Charge Over Use Of City Workers

    Paterson, New Jersey Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres pled guilty in a state corruption case accusing him of having city employees work on private property owned by his relatives on the city’s dime, in a move that will force him out of public...

    Syngenta Looks To Speed Appeal Of $218M GMO Corn Verdict

    Syngenta urged a Kansas federal judge Thursday to certify as a final judgment the $218 million jury verdict won by a class of Kansas farmers in multidistrict litigation over the agricultural company’s promotion of genetically modified corn, arguing...

    SEC Takes Walk In Businesses' Shoes With Database Hack

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission provided companies with a crash course in what to do — and what not to do — when it recently revealed that its electronic public document filing system had been hacked last year. ...read more

    SEC Takes Walk In Businesses' Shoes With Database Hack

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission provided companies with a crash course in what to do — and what not to do — when it recently revealed that its electronic public document filing system had been hacked last year. ...read more