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New NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulations

New Cybersecurity Regulations from the NYDFS - What do they Mean for Financial Institutions & Their Business Partners, in New York and Beyond? On March 1, 2017 a new, groundbreaking

Dispelling E-Discovery Myths: Some Advice For Junior Litigators

I recently collaborated with my colleague Amy Hinzmann on an article for the American Bar Association Securities Litigation Section Newsletter, titled Dispelling E-Discovery Myths in Internal and

The SEC Announces Record-Setting Enforcement Actions in 2014

Earlier this week the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that, for the fiscal year ending in September 2014, the agency filed a record-setting 755 enforcement actions. This announcement

Holes in the Volcker Rule: A Bottomless Abyss for Financial Services E-Discovery?

Volcker Rule Effects on Financial Services E-Discovery Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr., the president & CEO 
of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, recently wrote a great op-ed

Big Law is Taking Information Security Concerns More Seriously – It’s About Time

The American Lawyer recently took their annual survey of technology executives from AmLaw 200 firms. The results are in, and here’s one of the most significant findings: Eighty-six percent of