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An introduction into this issue’s mini-theme as well as some discussion on the Cyberspace Law Committee’s standalone meeting.
After putting the GDPR in perspective, this article will: Briefly discuss legislative action and the time frame, set out some important (and sometimes controversial) provisions, and attempt to draw lessons for businesses.
This article will explore the unique and not-so-unique legal issues that Big Data raises.
A look at how IPv4 numbers can be seen as a form of intellectual property.
The author provides a high-level overview of the Federal Trade Commission’s proposed rule changes to the Children’s Online Protection Privacy Act (COPPA). The proposed changes include: an expanded definition of the term “operator,” relief from strict liability for third-party operators, a new definition of “child-directed” websites, new standards for parental notice and parental consent, and proposed changes to certain other terms.
Since the Enactment of the Dodd-Frank Act, plaintiff’s shareholder bar has not suffered from a lack of creativity in the variety of new ways it has used the law for law suits.
Both the Delaware Court of Chancery and the Delaware Supreme Court weigh in on whether default fiduciary duties apply to managers and general partners of Delaware alternative entities.
An interview with Marshall Small.
This month’s Inside Business Law focuses on activities of the Middle Market and Small Business Committee. It also updates activities of the Cyberspace Committee and provides a link to the most recent Commercial Law Newsletter.