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    5 Key Points For Effective Employee Data Security Policies

    While implementing an employee data security plan from the ground up can be challenging, the alternative of not having one is risky. An effective policy should address five basic points and be tailored to the needs of a particular business given its industry...

    DAPL Opinion Highlights Pipeline Project NEPA Challenges

    Litigation involving the Dakota Access pipeline took another turn when a federal court in Washington, D.C., granted partial summary judgment to two Native American tribes challenging the environmental review's adequacy. The opinion touches on several...

    DAPL Opinion Highlights Pipeline Project NEPA Challenges

    Litigation involving the Dakota Access pipeline took another turn when a federal court in Washington, D.C., granted partial summary judgment to two Native American tribes challenging the environmental review's adequacy. The opinion touches on several...

    The Re-Emergence Of The Independent Sponsor

    For many years in the world of private equity, an independent sponsor was known as a “fundless sponsor,” a term used in a derogatory fashion by its competitors. Times have changed, says Stephen M. Fields of Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP. ...read more

    The Re-Emergence Of The Independent Sponsor

    For many years in the world of private equity, an independent sponsor was known as a “fundless sponsor,” a term used in a derogatory fashion by its competitors. Times have changed, says Stephen M. Fields of Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP. ...read more

    Potential Impact Of Senate Health Care Bill: A Closer Look

    The Better Care Reconciliation Act introduced by Senate Republicans last week proposes many of the same changes as the American Health Care Act passed by House Republicans in May. These changes would significantly reduce the tax, administrative and legal...

    Potential Impact Of Senate Health Care Bill: A Closer Look

    The Better Care Reconciliation Act introduced by Senate Republicans last week proposes many of the same changes as the American Health Care Act passed by House Republicans in May. These changes would significantly reduce the tax, administrative and legal...

    China’s Fair Competition Review System, 1 Year Later

    China’s June 2016 resolution to create a more market-oriented economy encouraging fair competition has started to materialize. However, discord exists among the local government implementation efforts, say Shelley Zhang and Lingren Meng of Orrick Herrington...

    When Trade Secrets Cases Go Criminal: Part 2

    While the California federal judge's criminal referral in the trade secrets lawsuit between Uber and Waymo may not be typical, it provides important lessons about the criminal issues that lawyers should understand when litigating civil trade secrets...

    When Trade Secrets Cases Go Criminal: Part 2

    While the California federal judge's criminal referral in the trade secrets lawsuit between Uber and Waymo may not be typical, it provides important lessons about the criminal issues that lawyers should understand when litigating civil trade secrets...

    Take 2 On Proposed Regs For Partnership Audit Rules

    The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS have reissued proposed regulations on new centralized partnership audit rules, after withdrawing them in January following an executive order from the Trump administration. Partnerships and partners should take...

    Discovery Under The New Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many cases since that have applied the amended rules provide some clear guideposts for...

    Discovery Under The New Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many cases since that have applied the amended rules provide some clear guideposts for...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    How Discovery Has Changed Under New Federal Rules

    In December 2015, an amendment to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure was implemented with the intent of putting reasonable limits on civil discovery. The many subsequent cases that have applied the amended rules provide guideposts for litigants...

    DLA Offices Struggle To Get Back Online After Cyberattack

    DLA Piper is attempting to restore its phone and email systems Wednesday following the massive global ransomware attack that crippled an array of businesses and government agencies in Russia, Europe and the U.S. ...read more

    DLA Offices Struggle To Get Back Online After Cyberattack

    DLA Piper is attempting to restore its phone and email systems Wednesday following the massive global ransomware attack that crippled an array of businesses and government agencies in Russia, Europe and the U.S. ...read more

    The Stakes In High Court's Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Case

    The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Digital Realty Trust v. Somers will resolve a nearly two-year-old circuit split regarding the Dodd-Frank Act’s whistleblower protections. Both whistleblowers and publicly traded companies will lose if the Supreme Court...