Providing in-house counsel with a weekly overview of ten significant legal and technology related stories centered around the corporate risk topics of compliance, information governance, privacy and security.
Weekly “Quick 10” Stories
- 2012: A Year of Change for E-Discovery in Patent Cases – http://bit.ly/ZPtUJo (Kamran Jivani)
- Amid Scandals, Deutsche Bank Tries a ‘Do-Over’ http://bit.ly/ZOFDT1 (Sue Reisinger)
- Are Prevailing Party Costs for eDiscovery Vendors Recoverable Under 28 U.S.C. § 1920? http://bit.ly/14OUSUG (Brett Duker, Franklin Zemel)
- FTC Updated FAQs For Amended COPPA Rule – Key Points – http://bit.ly/10PoQX8 (Justine Gottshall)
- How to Protect Against Outside Counsel Overbilling – http://bit.ly/15DRGdV (Steven Barentzen)
- Judge Rejects A “Minimalist Conception” Of The Courts – http://bit.ly/ZBFuqy (Mike Koehler)
- NLRB Looks At Retaliatory Firings Based On Facebook Posts – http://bit.ly/13J9G2l (@ITLexOrg)
- Pharmaceutical Case Presents Novel Use of False Claims Act – http://bit.ly/Zp2RUa (Terry Baynes)
- Publication of the First Final U.S. Export Control Reform Rules: Don’t Be Surprised, Be Prepared – http://bit.ly/11CmGVZ (Wendy Wysong)
- Typosquatting Claims Against Security Researcher Are Legally Complicated – Gioconda v. Kenzie – http://bit.ly/10KYANx (Venkat Balausbramini)
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