Recent Publications - Privacy, Data & Cyber Law


New Year Brings New Privacy Proposals Affecting New York Businesses
January 27, 2021 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
At the start of the 2021-2022 legislative session, the New York state legislature proposed a raft of new regulations related to data privacy which may create challenges for entities doing business in the state. We expect that some or all will pass in some form, as many believe that current laws do not adequately protect …
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Federal Courts Issue Orders Modifying Procedures for Highly Sensitive Documents
January 27, 2021 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law | Professional Liability
Cyber security breaches have been widespread recently, prompting business and government agencies alike to implement new rules, regulations and protocols to protect confidential personal information. Most recently, the federal Judiciary announced new protocols for filing court documents containing “highly sensitive material.” These new protocols come in the wake of the SolarWinds data breach, which compromised, …
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Data Breaches and Privacy Challenges: A Pandemic Year in Review
December 23, 2020 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
As if having to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic was not enough for law firms and clients, this year has seen a striking number of data breaches, privacy-related lawsuits, and government enforcement proceedings, as well as large settlements of new and older claims. Indeed, on December 8, 2020, in perhaps the ultimate 2020 irony, cybersecurity …
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CCPA’s Sequel Complicates Matters for U.S. Businesses
December 11, 2020 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
On November 3, 2020, California voters approved the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which amends the previously enacted California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). As with the CCPA, businesses physically located outside of California may be subject to the CPRA if they do business in California. The CPRA expands on the already vigorous privacy …
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Pandemic Pumps Up Companies’ Vulnerability to Cyber Attacks
December 11, 2020 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
A business’ risk of suffering a cyber event is often discussed, but not always easy to quantify. Recently, Allianz Global Corporate & Security analyzed its experience with cyber insurance claims over the past several years as a basis for its report, “Managing The Impact of Increasing Interconnectivity: Trends in Cyber Risk.” Its conclusions may help …
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Contact Tracing Raises Privacy Issues for Businesses to Consider
October 22, 2020 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
As more and more businesses throughout the state resume operations after the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown, they face a continuing concern about the virus from customers, employees, and vendors who come to their facilities. Many organizations have instituted temperature checks and inquire about symptoms, out-of-state travel, and other issues in an attempt to weed out individuals …
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Kern and Ullman Publish Article in Pratt’s Journal of Bankruptcy Law
September 17, 2020 | Cannabis
Bob Kern and Marc Ullman published the article, “Cannabis Investments and Exit Strategies: A Case Study” in Pratt’s Journal of Bankruptcy Law. The article discusses the easiness with which investors can make investments in cannabis companies. However, due to the risks, they would be well-advised to have an exit plan in the event their investment …
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Del Pizzo Published in New Jersey Lawyer Magazine
August 21, 2020 | Commercial Litigation
Nancy Del Pizzo’s articles, “Judges take notice of gender neutrality in legal writing” and “The Thoughtful Lawyer is a Better Writer,” were published in the Writer’s Corner of the New Jersey Lawyer magazine in February and August 2020, respectively. Click here to read the February article. Click here to read the August article. …
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Fighting Business Email Compromise Fraud in the COVID Era
August 17, 2020 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
For as long as companies have used internet applications, private and publicly owned businesses, law firms and other professional services organizations, and even public entities have faced potentially devastating financial harm and loss of public good will from “business email compromise” (BEC) fraud. A recent report by the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) of the …
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Bank Publishes Article in Summer 2020 USLAW Magazine
July 30, 2020 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
Brian Bank published the article, “Cross-Border E-discovery in the Privacy Era,” in the Summer 2020 issue of USLAW Magazine. Click here to read the article. …
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