Stephanie Resnick was recently selected as one of the “Top 250 Female Litigators in America” by Benchmark Litigation.
Brett Berman, Peter Buckley, James Clark, J. Benjamin Nevius and Nicholas Salter are highlighted as emerging leaders.
Ranked as a leader in Media and Entertainment: Litigation in California, Lincoln is lauded by clients as a “terrific” attorney who is “very skilled in media law.”
Noted for its Fox Fit & Well initiative, Fox was lauded for its proactive approach to improving the health of its employees.
Scott is one of only 19 attorneys listed in the nationwide Labor & Employment - Immigration category.
Scott Vernick spearheaded a survey that reveals the private sector is still not prepared – and generally lacks the knowledge – to respond effectively to a major cyber breach.
The inaugural list, published by Philly Biz, highlights the top legal minds in the Philadelphia region.
A new set of rules governing trans-Atlantic transfers of data have been approved. The approval comes months after Europe’s top court ruled against previous arrangements due to concerns over U.S. intelligence agencies’ surveillance activities.
The new framework, which goes into effect August 1, imposes stricter obligations on American companies to protect personal information of individuals.
We blogged on this back in early May, but compliance with individuals’ rights to access their PHI under HIPAA is even more critical now that OCR has announced that its current HIPAA audits will focus on an audited Covered Entity’s documentation and process related to these access rights.
Historically, the success (or lack thereof) of a business often can be traced to the quality and quantity of its trade secrets, which are the legal embodiment of a “competitive business advantage.” Recent developments in the intellectual property landscape have only served to enhance the value of trade secrets.