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November 8, 2019, AmLaw Litigation Daily

Ethan Posner, Matthew Dunn, and Christopher Denig were featured in Am Law Litigation Daily as "Litigators of the Week." The team was profiled for their complete defense win for UnitedHealth Group subsidiary Executive Health Resources in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

October 31, 2019, Bloomberg Law

Laura Brookover is quoted in Bloomberg Law regarding a House bill to reauthorize the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for the first time in more than a decade. The bill would give the agency stronger legal footing to pursue fraudulent overseas trading activities.   Ms. Brookover says that language would potentially give the agency broader authority over ...

October 29, 2019

As the effective date of the California Consumer Privacy Act looms closer, companies are grappling with the significance of the law and its definitions. One defined term in particular, “sale,” has sparked heated debate between industry and consumer advocates, and even within the legal profession. While much has been said about this term, more needs to be said. ...

October 24, 2019, Law360

Susan Cassidy spoke with Law360 about the Department of Defense’s goal for its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and its impact on join bid contractors.   Ms. Cassidy says such teaming arrangements are already complicated and can take years to put together for big defense procurements. Although the DOD has said cybersecurity compliance will be ...

October 23, 2019, Law360

Muftiah McCartin is quoted in Law360 regarding the firm’s lobbying efforts in the third quarter of 2019. Ms. McCartin said that while it's easy to assume the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump might be the only focus of Congress in the short term, that's actually not the full story. She adds, “On the contrary, we expect Congress to be in for a very ...

October 22, 2019, Legaltech News

Trisha Anderson spoke with Legaltech News about a bilateral data access agreement, a new mechanism of the CLOUD Act and its effect on law firms. A year after the CLOUD Act, the first data-sharing agreement is most relevant to U.K. law enforcement agencies having access to the vast data held by U.S.-based tech companies, says Ms. Anderson. She adds, “The most ...

October 13, 2019, South China Morning Post

Yan Luo is quoted in the South China Morning Post regarding China's revised cybersecurity rules. Ms. Luo says many of the relevant cybersecurity requirements are “not that out of the global norm”, and unlikely to be a challenge for firms that already has “robust cybersecurity programmes.”

October 11, 2019, Law360

Brian Rosenzweig spoke with Law360 about the SEC’s decision to allow all companies to pursue “testing-the-waters” communications with institutional investors before registering their offerings. Mr. Rosenzweig says, “Having a successful IPO is challenging regardless of size. So opening up those tools to the entire universe of potential IPO issuers can only help.”

October 11, 2019, Bloomberg Law

Kevin King is quoted in Bloomberg Law regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent rejection of several patent petitions. Mr. King says, “It’s always a challenge in patent cases, a puzzler to show that the issue has a broader impact. I think successful cases do that. They show this isn’t just about the parties. These issues have lasting consequences.”