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This week, Ancestry.com Inc. prevailed in a class action which alleged that it misappropriated consumers’ images and violated their privacy by using such data to solicit and sell their services and products....

The moratorium on landlords evicting commercial tenants has been extended by a longer period than many had expected, to March 2022.  Landlords and tenants will also be compelled to enter into arbitration proceedings if they fail to reach an agreement on ring-fenced rent arrears....

On June 14, 2021, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued a one-line order stating that the Court was withholding issuance of the mandate in Hunstein v. Preferred Collection and Management Services, Inc....

In this episode of Trekking Through Compliance, we consider the episode The Squire of Gothos which aired on January 12, 1967, Star Date 2124.5. Compliance Takeaways: 1. What to make when basic science is so wrong (Alternative facts?) 2. What happens when everything is ‘too easy’? 3.

Recently, the Illinois General Assembly passed legislation significantly amending the Illinois Freedom to Work Act, which governs the legality and enforceability of non-compete agreements and other post-employment restrictive covenants....

Virginia and Massachusetts recently added student loan servicer-related licenses to the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (NMLS). In 2020, Virginia enacted a law that, among other things, requires qualified education loan servicers to be licensed on and after July 1, 2021.

Last month, Womble Bond Dickinson launched “Doing Well by Doing Good,” a thought leadership series focused on ways in which environmental and social governance impact business.

12 O’Clock High, a podcast on business leadership brings together stories from history, the arts and movies, research and current events to consider leadership lessons.

There have been a number of developments in merger control in 2020 and Q1 2021.

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