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09.26.2016 As Goes New York So Goes The Nation? Ten Highlights From New York’s Proposed Cybersecurity Rules For Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions, Saad Gul
09.26.2016 Notable Immigration-Related Hiring Discrimination Claims Settled this Summer with Department of Justice and Heads Up! A New Form I-9 is coming by mid-November, Jennifer G. Parser
09.22.2016 Avoiding Legal Pitfalls and Cultural Considerations When Conducting International Business in Asia, Michael E. Slipsky
09.21.2016 The Future of Trans-Atlantic Data Transfers, Saad Gul
09.21.2016 CMS Lifts Temporary Suspension of Short Stay Reviews, Iain M. Stauffer
09.16.2016 EndNotes September 2016, Iain M. Stauffer
09.14.2016 Your Money or Your Data: Ten Things You Need To Know About Ransomware, Saad Gul
09.12.2016 EEOC Replaces Outdated Guidance on Retaliation, Caitlin M. Goforth
09.12.2016 Nondiscrimination Final Rule under the ACA Imposes New Requirements on Hospice Agencies, Iain M. Stauffer
09.06.2016 The Suspicious Husband, His Wife, and Cloud Computing: The Sixth Circuit Applies the Wiretap Statute To Monitoring Software, Michael E. Slipsky
09.02.2016 We’re Listening: Federal Trade Commission Invites Comments on Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB) Safeguards Rule, Saad Gul
09.02.2016 Can I Be Sued for Filing a Time-Barred Claim? Fourth Circuit Weighs In, Richard A. Prosser
09.01.2016 CFPB Proposal to Relax Standards for the Discretionary Disclosure of Confidential Supervisory Information, Martha J. Svoboda
08.31.2016 Governmental Employers Take Note: Court of Appeals allows employee’s claim for violation of N.C. constitution to go forward, Caroline P Mackie
08.31.2016 Ten Common Problems That Plague Privacy Policies, Saad Gul
08.29.2016 EEOC Looking For Religious Discrimination Claims From Young Workers, Kevin M. Ceglowski
08.26.2016 Want to Weigh In On Cyber Issues? Here's How., Saad Gul
08.22.2016 A Peek Inside The Matrix: What the Shadow Brokers Affair Means For A Cyber Future, Saad Gul
08.22.2016 IRS Guidance on Section 457: What Non-Profit and Governmental Employers Need to Know (Part 2), Kara M Brunk
08.15.2016 Privacy Shield's Day After, Saad Gul
08.15.2016 New IRS Guidance on Collection of TINs for ACA Information Reporting, Eugene S. Griggs
08.11.2016 Proposed 2017 Hospital OPPS Rule Would End Medicare Payments to Many Off Campus Facilities at the Same Levels as Hospital-Based Outpatient Departments, Wilson Hayman
08.10.2016 The FTC Has Not Yet Begun To Fine, Saad Gul
08.04.2016 Inappropriate Invention Assignments, Confidentiality and non-compete Agreements - Common Small Business Owner Mistakes, David R. Krosner
08.04.2016 The Drivers Privacy Protection Act, Saad Gul
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