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    James Hatton | Legal Staff Writer & Kelly Anthony, Esq. | Deputy General Counsel

    Posts by James Hatton | Legal Staff Writer & Kelly Anthony, Esq. | Deputy General Counsel :

    How to Stay Out of the Limelight of California’s “Shine the Light” Law

    By | on 04, May 2020 |   Rule and Regulation Update

    California’s "Shine the Light” law (Section 1798.83 of the California Civil Code), enacted on January 1, 2005, regulates how businesses share customers’ personal information with third-parties for dir[...] Read More

    Unpacking California’s Newest Privacy Law: The Basics

    By | on 20, Apr 2020 |   Practice Insights

    Last year, the Californian Legislature passed a ground-breaking privacy law that gives consumers more control over what businesses do with their data. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went i[...] Read More

    Can Military Service Members Sue for Medical Malpractice?

    By | on 13, Mar 2020 |   Rule and Regulation Update

    Joining the military comes with the understanding of substantial risk to one’s life. Prior to the National Defense Authorization Act 2020 (NDAA), however, a separate, inconspicuous danger lurked for s[...] Read More

    Lawyer Advertising under the Model Rules: What’s Changed?

    By | on 03, Feb 2020 |   Rule and Regulation Update

    Before advertising your legal services, it’s always a good idea to orient (or re-orient) yourself with the rules governing attorney conduct in your jurisdiction. As technology evolves, so too does you[...] Read More

    A Simple History of Common Benefit Fees

    By | on 05, Aug 2019 |   Dealing with New Rules & Regulations

    As most lawyers know, under the American Rule of Law each party in a civil action must bear his, her or its own litigation costs and attorney’s fees. However, in a judicial system where contingent fee[...] Read More

    Reviewing the Top Data Breach Claims in the Past 12 Months

    By | on 29, Apr 2019 |   Preparing for the Future

    Within the past few years, large-scale data breaches have frequently made headlines. Consequently, civil actions arising therefrom have followed—making data breach litigation a more common occurrence [...] Read More

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