Given the proliferation of data and evolving variety of data sources, in-house counsel teams are beginning to exhaust resources managing increasingly complex case data. Self-service ediscovery legal technology offers a compelling solution....

As colleges and universities continue to face tough decisions regarding how to deliver their academic offerings to students – full return to campus, 100% remote learning, or a hybrid method – many also struggle with the financial implications of those decisions – students opting to take a “gap ye

As the proponents of policy and creators of contracts, it’s well understood that the legal department’s job is, first and foremost, to manage risk.

Unlike the original coronavirus relief bill (the CARES Act), which included numerous changes and modifications to the Tax Code, the latest stimulus bill includes relatively few tax-related provisions. Nonetheless, a couple of those new provisions are very important...

The U.S. Justice Department announced its first civil settlement with a Paycheck Protection Program borrower alleged to have committed fraud in connection with this highly popular COVID-19 relief program.

Keypoint: Five states are now considering online privacy legislation. Virginia and Oklahoma join Washington, New York and Minnesota as states where lawmakers have proposed online privacy legislation this year.

China’s new Rules on Counteracting Unjustified Extraterritorial Application of Foreign Legislation and Other Measures (《阻断外国法律与措施不当域外适用办法》) (the “Rules”) create a new framework to mitigate the impact of foreign legal measures, including economic sanctions and information requests, on Chinese econ

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (the “Act”), passed by Congress on December 21, 2020 and signed by the President six days later, is 5,593 pages long.