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Security of Information After You Install Software or Hardware

Security of Information After You Install Software or Hardware

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Chad King of King & Fisher in Dallas offers some timely advice on how companies can protect their information systems in an environment in which it is becoming increasingly difficult to stay ahead of cyber intruders.

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2017 Litigation Finance Survey Shows Continued Growth

2017 Litigation Finance Survey Shows Continued Growth

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Global finance firm Burford Capital announced the results of its 2017 Litigation Finance Survey of lawyers and financial professionals at law firms and companies in the US, UK and Australia. The independent research builds on prior surveys commissioned by Burford to study third-party funding of commercial litigation and arbitration.

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National Asian Pacific American Bar Honors Munck Wilson Mandala’s Kelly Chen

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Kelly Chen, a partner in the litigation section of Munck Wilson Mandala, has been selected by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association to receive the 2017 Best Lawyers Under 40 Award.

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DLA Piper Litigation Practice Recognized By BTI Consulting

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DLA Piper has been recognized as a “powerhouse” law firm for class actions and complex commercial litigation by BTI Consulting Group in its recently published BTI Litigation Outlook 2018 report.

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Widening Your Moat: Using Continuation Applications to Protect Commercially Successful Products

Widening Your Moat: Using Continuation Applications to Protect Commercially Successful Products

Event, Sept. 28
Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery LLP will present a free webinar, “Widening Your Moat: Using Continuation Applications to Protect Commercially Successful Products,” featuring Fitch Even partners Jonathan H. Urbanek and Mark A. Borsos.

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VMware Audits – What You Need to Know About Licensing Rules Pt. I

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Companies are turning to VMware to manage their virtualized environments. Virtualization can involve complex technical and software licensing issues. Technology law firm, Scott & Scott, LLP answers six common questions concerning licensing VMware.

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Former Assistant to the US Solicitor General Ilana Eisenstein joins DLA Piper Litigation Practice in Philadelphia

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Ilana Eisenstein has joined DLA Piper’s Litigation practice as a partner in Philadelphia. She served three years as Assistant to the Solicitor General in the US Department of Justice.

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DOJ Fraud Section Assistant Chief Laura Perkins Joins Hughes Hubbard

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Hughes Hubbard & Reed announced that Laura N. Perkins has joined the firm as a partner in its Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations practice and White Collar & Regulatory Defense group.

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Blank Rome Welcomes Former Small Business Administration Deputy GC in Washington, D.C.

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Blank Rome LLP announces that Martin Teckler has joined the firm as a partner in the Finance group in the Washington, D.C., office.

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Sidley Welcomes Privacy and Cybersecurity Partner Wim Nauwelaerts in Brussels

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Sidley Austin LLP has bolstered their global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice by adding Wim Nauwelaerts in the firm’s Brussels office.

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Boston’s Collora and Hogan Lovells Now Open for Business

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The combination between global law firm Hogan Lovells and Boston-based law firm Collora is now effective.

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Michael Best Welcomes Corporate & Securities Groups from KLMR in Salt Lake City

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Michael Best announces the expansion of the firm’s Salt Lake City office with the addition of six attorneys from the law firm of Kruse Landa Maycock & Ricks, LLC.

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Michael Best Adds Litigator James Fieweger as Partner in Chicago

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Michael Best announced the addition of James Fieweger to the firm’s Litigation Practice Group as a partner in Chicago.

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Barnes & Thornburg Adds Transactional Partner Salvador LaViña in Los Angeles

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Barnes & Thornburg LLP has added Salvador LaViña as a partner in the Real Estate Department in Los Angeles. LaViña joins from Enenstein Ribakoff LaViña & Pham APC.

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Christopher M. Carlisle Joins Dykema’s Growing Dallas Office

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Dykema announced the addition of Christopher M. Carlisle to its Corporate Finance practice group as a senior counsel in the firm’s growing Dallas office, which has now added four attorneys in the past two months.

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Lost Profits: Direct or Indirect Damages?

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Any Dugan of King & Fisher Law Group writes about a case that addresses the issue of whether lost profits are recoverable and the need for clear-language drafting to avoid problems.

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Understanding AIA 102: Prior Art Exceptions and Declaration Practice

Understanding AIA 102: Prior Art Exceptions and Declaration Practice

Event, August 17, 2017, 11 a.m. CDT
Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery LLP will present a free webinar, “Understanding AIA 102: Prior Art Exceptions and Declaration Practice,” featuring Fitch Even partner Alan E. Schiavelli.

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Ex-FCPA Prosecutor Returns to Foley’s Litigation Department in D.C.

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Foley & Lardner LLP announced that former federal prosecutor Rohan Virginkar is returning to the firm as a partner in its Government Enforcement, Compliance & White Collar Defense Practice.

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Michael Fisco joins DLA Piper’s Finance Practice in Minneapolis

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DLA Piper announced that Michael Fisco has joined the firm’s finance practice as partner in the Minneapolis office.

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Dykema to Receive Texas Appleseed Pro Bono Leadership Award

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National law firm Dykema announced that it has been chosen by Texas Appleseed’s Board of Directors as one of three law firms to receive the organization’s Pro Bono Leadership Award.

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