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This issue’s mini-theme looks at recent proposed legislation, regulation, regulatory guidance, and caselaw, both within the United States and globally, that could dramatically affect the way business is conducted online and in connection with online communications.
This article provides an overview of the two most wide-reaching efforts to regulate the Internet to have been introduced to Congress in recent years. The two acts are the Pro-IP Act and the Stop Online Piracy Act.
The authors consider some of the pressures on a fully free and open global network from some of the non-U.S. sources pushing for more international Internet regulation and control.
This piece provides a picture of some of the potentially damaging unintended consequences of the SEC's recently-issued guidance concerning corporate data security practice.
The author considers how employers can incorporate employee use of mobile communications devices into their employee electronic communications or Internet-usage policies, along with an updated analysis of how some courts have treated employer efforts to access data stored or created on employee devices.
The Permanent Editorial Board for the Uniform Commercial Code issued a report that describes the application of selected provisions of UCC Articles 3 and 9 to several key issues that may come up in connection with mortgage notes.
This article explains the recent OPENLANE decision in the Delaware Court of Chancery and how it interacts with Omnicare and Revlon.
An interview with Kathleen Hopkins.
This issue’s Inside Business Law focuses on Mergers and Acquisitions Committee; the Legal Opinions Committee; Cyberspace Law: Disruptive Innovation; and on materials dealing with hedge funds from 2011 ABA Annual Meeting.