Archive | July, 2012

Please join me on August 15, 2012 for a webinar: You’ve had a privacy breach…now what?

Please join me on August 15, 2012 for a webinar:  You’ve had a privacy breach…now what? Here are the details from Lexis and HB: LexisNexis® Presents a Complimentary CLE Accredited* Webinar: The 2012 Top Privacy Concerns for Companies and Best Practices for Cyber Breach Preparedness Government reports estimate that cyber breaches cost the U.S. economy […]

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Please join me for a webinar “You’ve Had a Data Breach. Now What?” on Tuesday, August 14.

Please join me for a webinar presentation Dickstein Shapiro is hosting with Fleishman-Hillard titled ”You’ve Had a Data Breach. Now What?” on Tuesday, August 14 from 2:00-3:00 PM ET. Corporate counsel and communications teams will receive a practical, hands-on examination of what to do and not to do—in the wake of a data breach. With live commentary and Q&A session, this program will cover reality-tested strategies and tactics for […]

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My Co-Authored Chapter, “Helping Clients Evaluate Their Cyber Risks” Just Published In “Understanding Developments in Cyberspace Law, 2012 ed.”!

I’m happy to announce that the chapter that I co-authored with Mike Tomasulo, who practices intellectual property law in our firm‘s Los Angeles office, was published in “Understanding Developments in Cyberspace Law, 2012 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Analyzing Recent Trends, Case Laws, and Legal Strategies Affecting the Internet Landscape (Inside the Minds) New Edition.” Here is […]

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Who Pays When Your Tree Falls on a Neighbor’s Property?

Your trees can cause real problems if one topples and lands on your neighbor’s property.  Who is legally responsible for paying to repair that damage? If you answered, “I am,” you would be wrong. Your neighbor would have to submit a claim to their insurer under “wind and lightning” damage, which is usually covered in […]

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Contractors Pollution Liability Becoming More Popular

The Environmental Protection Agency’s Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule has increased the demand for Contractors Pollution Liability coverage. This RRP Rule addresses lead safe practices on homes, schools, and childcare facilities that were built, or worked on prior to 1978. The federal law, since 2010, requires renovation companies to be certified and trained in lead-safe […]

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