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27 Mar

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Regulatory Forecast 2018: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year

March 27, 2018 | By |

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Our 2018 Regulatory Forecast explores how technology is driving the future of business across industries – and how Washington, as well as state and global regulators, is forging the appropriate balance between fostering innovation and protecting consumers.

The Forecast highlights notable regulatory trends affecting companies in key areas of law:
Antitrust
Enforcement
Government contracts
Health care
Intellectual property
Insurance
Privacy and cybersecurity
Tax
International trade

Our cover story, Digital Transformation: The Sky’s the Limit,” offers an in-depth look at how innovation in new technologies – including mobile devices, the Internet of Things, blockchain, 3D printing, and autonomous vehicles – is creating new opportunities and risks for businesses across industries and borders.

20 Mar

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Data, Data Everywhere: Who Secures It and How It Is Used Is Now a Question of Brand and Organizational Survival

March 20, 2018 | By |

How the loss and misuse of consumer data has led to the tarnishing, if not demise of once trusted brands like Facebook & Mossack Fonesca

The previous week has brought troubling news of a few scandalous corporate events swirling around the use and loss of consumer data. The events have ignited the ever-present debate about data control and privacy and the impact of a loss of data on corporate brand identity and reputation. Read More

06 Apr

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What, When And How To Communicate About A Crisis

April 6, 2015 | By |

Law360, New York (April 03, 2015, 1:50 PM ET)
https://www.law360.com/articles/638317/what-when-and-how-to-communicate-about-a-crisis

It has been a few days since the tragic Germanwings-Lufthansa airline crash and we’re learning more terrifying news about both the events of that day and the co-pilot through hourly news reports fueled by information from investigators, friends of the co-pilot, and the airlines. Read More