Two pieces of legislation proposed this year, both focused on data security, aim to re-spark the conversation surrounding what constitutes a reasonable expectation of privacy for U.S. citizens.
Security breaches have become a common occurrence for all businesses, and law firms are no different.
In response to the increasing number of cyber attacks around the globe, many law firms and organizations are turning to their own privacy and security attorneys to become certified ethical hackers.
Michael Dougherty believes the state Attorney General should be someone with experience as a prosecutor. And with a career in prosecutors offices and working...
Although 2017 is being called the most productive legislative session in state history, it is likely to be remembered as the year construction defects reform worked.
Colorado’s transportation budget remains strained as lawmakers try to reconcile with a debate on increased taxes or reallocation within the state budget.
Days before the “WannaCry” cyber attack made headlines around the world for its impact, President Trump made good on his efforts to improve U.S. cyber security with his first cyber security executive order.
With immigration a major national issue, sanctuary cities were a huge talking point in the 2017 legislature, for those on both sides of the aisle.
2017 started with a bang, with the most transactions reported to Law Week since 2014 and three in the billions. Sixty-seven deals closed in the first three months of the year.
These issues in patent litigation have been brought to the forefront as practitioners wait on a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could change how, and where, patents are filed.