Trained litigators and data privacy attorneys defend companies facing class action data breach lawsuits under the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Kim is recognized by the Triad Business Journal for her influence in the legal industry and community.
The council connects industry leaders who are committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive legal profession.
He advises companies operating in the cannabis, hemp and CBD space on a range of corporate matters.
Clients rate Barbara among the best in trademark law in this annual guide.
Brian concentrates his practice on bankruptcy, creditors' rights and commercial litigation.
California could take over the utility if a restructuring agreement isn't reached. Michael Sweet shares his take with The New York Times.
Listen in as our aviation attorneys examine the FAA’s new rule affecting unmanned aircrafts.
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.”
In an interview with Bloomberg Law, Odia Kagan explained that proposed rules for enforcing California’s new privacy law would make it easier for data brokers – companies that sweep up data about consumers and sell it to other firms – by solving the “one big problem" they have, "which is the difficulty of providing a notice at the time of collection."
In a post on the Employment Discrimination Report blog, Alex Maultsby explores the questions that arose during a recent age discrimination argument before the U.S. Supreme Court, including: Can enough “OK, Boomer” remarks create a hostile work environment? What about a comment by a hiring manager in an interview? Could that prove bias in denying the applicant a job?