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  • Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogCalifornia Lawmakers Consider Additional Resources For Attorney General’s Privacy Act RegulationsPosted on August 17, 2018 by Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
    As reported in BNA Privacy Law Watch, a California legislative proposal in California would allocate additional resources to the California Attorney General’s office to facilitate the development of regulations required under the recently enacted California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. Continue Reading
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  • Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportWebinar | The Government Market – Too Big To IgnorePosted on August 17, 2018 by MMMTechLaw
    The Government Market—Too Big To Ignore Andrew Mohr and Kelly Kroll with MMM’s Government Contracts group in Washington, DC discuss how to win business from federal, state and local governments. In this 60-minute discussion, Kroll and Mohr review: • How can my company generate revenue from the US government? • Do we need to get […]
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  • Blog: Ireland IP & Technology Law BlogReposting photograph freely accessible on another website requires reauthorisation of the authorPosted on August 16, 2018 by Davinia Brennan
    The CJEU has ruled that an unauthorised reposting of a photograph on a website, which is already publicly accessible with the consent and without restriction on another website, can infringe the copyright rights of a photographer (Renckhoff, C-161/17). It is of little importance if, as in the present case, the copyright holder does not limit the ways in which the photograph...Continue Reading…
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  • Blog: Haynes and Boone BlogsClass Action Case Certified for Failure to Provide COBRA Election Notices in SpanishPosted on August 15, 2018 by Haynes and Boone Benefits Group
    A U.S. District Court in the 11th Circuit certified as a class action a case in which the plaintiff argued that her former employer, the Marriott International hotel chain, violated federal law by failing to: (1) provide a COBRA notice in Spanish; (2) adequately explain the procedures to elect healthcare coverage; (3) identify itself as […] The post Class Action Case Certified for Failure to Provide COBRA Election Notices in Spanish appeared first on Haynes and Boone Blogs.
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  • Blog: Waller Law BlogWhy QAPI spells success for skilled nursing facilitiesPosted on August 15, 2018 by Jeffery D. Parrish
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  • Blog: NextGen Financial Services ReportOnline Banking: Are Financial Institutions Subjecting Themselves to Other Jurisdictions Without Knowing?Posted on August 13, 2018 by Larissa Sanchez Fields
    We work with many regional financial institution clients on a daily basis, and they regularly send us out-of-state garnishments, liens, levies, and other legal processes with one question—“Do I have to answer this?” The first question we ask is whether the foreign state can exercise jurisdiction over the regional financial institution—in other words, whether the...Continue Reading…
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