Trained litigators and data privacy attorneys defend companies facing class action data breach lawsuits under the California Consumer Privacy Act.
The council connects industry leaders who are committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive legal profession.
California could take over the utility if a restructuring agreement isn't reached. Michael Sweet shares his take with The New York Times.
She was commended for her work on a number of landmark affordable housing cases.
Listen in as our aviation attorneys examine the FAA’s new rule affecting unmanned aircrafts.
He focuses his practice on the intersection of labor law and employee benefits.
We received a perfect score on the Corporate Equality Index Report for the second consecutive year.
She was honored for advancing legal education, serving the community and promoting social justice and equality.
In a post for the Employment Discrimination Report blog, Brian McGinnis outlines New Jersey's newly enacted Create a Respectful and Open Workspace for Natural Hair Act, or CROWN Act. The law amends the NJ Law Against Discrimination to state that “race,” as defined by the LAD, includes “traits historically associated with race, including, but not limited to, hair texture, hair type, and protective hairstyles.”
Privacy & Data Security Practice Co-Chair Mark McCreary spoke to The New York Times about the devious ways phone hackers target devices in everyday situations and though social media. Whether for business or personal relationships, having verification countermeasures for phone calls and emails can add a strong layer of protection against cybercrime.
In an interview about the effects of recent corporate tax changes, Fox partner Maureen Monaghan told Fortune magazine that the international provisions in the 2017 law "are completely new and unprecedented. Since the reform was enacted, it's estimated that Treasury has issued a thousand pages of regulations."