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A Fortune 20 designer and manufacturer of computer hardware and software.
Multiple and frequent legal matters, including patent infringement claims, government investigations and regulatory proceedings, and general commercial litigation.
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Our client constantly litigates patent infringement claims, government investigations, regulatory proceedings, and general commercial suits. The in-house legal team managed document review individually for each matter, using outside counsel’s review services or working with a staffing firm. This created a number of financial and operational challenges...
April 13, 2016
I recommend that all lawyers stay informed about these FBI cybersecurity alerts and the cybersecurity threats that prompt them. In fact, I believe our ethical duties obligate us to take this reasonable step, which will ebable us to better protect the confidential and private information of our clients.
March 30, 2016
As reported in the Wall Street Journal on March 29, 2016, a number of U.S. law firms—including the prestigious Wall Street firms Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP and Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP—have become the latest victims of significant data hacks. And in posts to underground web sites, the hackers have threatened to breach other firms.