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As we reported on September 9th, meaningful and robust federal cybersecurity legislation is nearly across the finish line. Since then, further developments indicate that reporting mandates are imminent.

In late 2016, MTV began developing “MTV Floribama Shore,” part of the “Shore” franchise that began with “Jersey Shore” in 2009. MTV planned to broadcast the premiere in November 2017....
By: Jenner & Block

While the 2020-2021 California Legislative Session was dominated by the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis and the ultimately unsuccessful Gubernatorial recall election, there were significant efforts made to change statewide housing policy....

Seyfarth Synopsis: Governor Gavin Newsom has approved AB 701, which will impose notice and other requirements on employers of employees subject to quotas in large California warehouse distribution centers, and has vetoed AB 616, an agricultural worker card check bill....

The Department of Labor (“DOL”) is relying on a recent Supreme Court decision to effectively extend the amount of time the agency has to bring fiduciary breach claims. DOL investigations often last years, so it is common for DOL to run up against the statute of limitations under ERISA.

Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what’s happening in legalized marijuana....
By: Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Editor’s Note: On September 15, 2021, HaystackID shared an educational webcast designed to inform and update cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery professionals on how organizations can prepare, address, and respond to the challenges associated with incident response and post-data

The former members of English punk band the Sex Pistols brought their unique brand of anarchy to contract law, in a dispute over the construction, effect and enforceability of the band member agreement they entered into in 1998....

The Department of Justice announced earlier this week that it has entered into a consent order with the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) to settle the DOJ’s claim that HESAA violated the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) by obtaining unlawful court judgments a

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