- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogFTC Posts Final Blog in Its “Stick with Security” SeriesPosted on October 17, 2017 by Hunton & Williams LLPOn October 13, 2017, the Federal Trade Commission published the final blog post in its "Stick with Security" series, which focuses on resources available to businesses to put the principles detailed in the Series into practice.… Continue Reading
- Blog: Antitrust UpdateAre Restaurant No-Tipping Policies the Product of an Antitrust Conspiracy?Posted on October 13, 2017 by Jamison Davies, Robert P. LoBueIn July of 2013, Danny Meyer, the CEO of the Union Square Hospitality Group, tweeted that he was considering eliminating tipping at his restaurants and solicited the opinion of other restaurant owners. Meyer and others eventually followed through on this idea and eliminated tipping at some of their restaurants. Instead, they began charging service fees [...]
- Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportMMM’s Corporate Tech Practice introduces our Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Law team headed up by associate Austin MillsPosted on October 9, 2017 by AdminThe team also includes attorneys with substantial experience advising clients in all legal aspects relating to Blockchain-related initiatives, particularly in connection with token sales (commonly referred to as Initial Coin Offerings or ICOs), the issuance and management of cryptocurrencies, and the implications of utilizing Blockchain and cryptocurrencies within an organization. More information
- Blog: TSMP ForefrontPower to the people – opening the gates to shareholder activismPosted on October 2, 2017 by Instead of blaming the "Gahmen", let's rethink Singapore's enforcement architecture that addresses corporate misfeasance.
- Blog: HB BrieflyDisqualification: A Painful Reminder of the Pitfalls of Using Inadvertently Disclosed Attorney-Client Privileged InformationPosted on August 21, 2017 by Candice ShihIn California, State Compensation Insurance Fund v. WPS, Inc. 70 Cal.App.4th 644 (1999), has served as the rule book for attorneys who obtain inadvertently disclosed and obvious attorney-client information on how to avoid certain disqualification from representation. Under State Fund, regardless of how the attorney came into possession of the information, once it is concluded that … Continue reading Disqualification: A Painful Reminder of the Pitfalls of Using Inadvertently Disclosed Attorney-Client Privileged Information →