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January 22, 2020

What Data Breaches Might Be Coming in 2020?

By: Olivia Scott

If data is the new gold, every company should be setup like Fort Knox, keeping its customer records locked away from malicious…

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5 Min Read Corporations, LLCs & Partnerships
January 8, 2020

Death of an LLC Member: Part II

By: Stuart Pachman

In the July issue of BLT I described briefly the consequences of the application of RULLCA's default rule to members of a limited…

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5 Min Read Internet Law & Cyber-Security
January 22, 2020

What Data Breaches Might Be Coming in 2020?

By: Olivia Scott

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December 20, 2019

Common-Law Drafting in Civil-Law Jurisdictions

By: Kenneth A. Adams, Jan Asmus Bischoff

A key distinction in international transactions has been whether a contract is governed by the law of a civil-law jurisdiction…

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5 Min Read Internet Law & Cyber-Security
January 22, 2020

What Data Breaches Might Be Coming in 2020?

By: Olivia Scott

If data is the new gold, every company should be setup like Fort Knox, keeping its customer records locked away from malicious…

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8 Min Read Internet Law & Cyber-Security
January 13, 2020

Creating a Mindful Information Culture

By: Randolph A. Kahn, James Beckmann

Acme’s cloud storage provider just got hacked. Private information was exposed. Acme’s customers who lost information in the…

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5 Min Read Corporations, LLCs & Partnerships
January 8, 2020

Death of an LLC Member: Part II

By: Stuart Pachman

In the July issue of BLT I described briefly the consequences of the application of RULLCA's default rule to members of a limited…

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Common-Law Drafting in Civil-Law Jurisdictions

By: Kenneth A. Adams, Jan Asmus Bischoff

A key distinction in international transactions has been whether a contract is governed by the law of a civil-law jurisdiction…

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