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TECHNOLOGY, OUTSOURCING, AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
NEWS FOR LAWYERS AND SOURCING PROFESSIONALS
Morgan Lewis and the Sourcing Industry Group (SIG) are co-hosting an Executive Immersion Program that will feature intensive workshops for sourcing leaders.
The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (DTSA), signed into law on May 11 by US President Barack Obama, is a new law that establishes federal rights and remedies for trade secret owners.
Last week, Morgan Lewis kicked off the sixth annual Technology May-rathon, a series of over 20 programs focusing on critical trends, developments, and issues in the technology industry.
Companies’ increased awareness of the substantial costs and exposure associated with data breaches has motivated them to beef up their data security requirements in vendor contracts.
It is with great excitement that we welcome Ed Hansen back as a partner in the outsourcing practice.
As the use of big data in almost every area of business continues to grow, companies need to carefully consider their own use.
Most companies do not own all of the intellectual property (IP) rights that their businesses rely on. It is not uncommon for some portion of a company’s IP rights to be in-licensed from other persons or entities under a license agreement.
A recent bill passed in the California Assembly would provide companies with new standards to follow when complying with California law relating to personal information safeguards.
A set of proposed revisions to US export control regulations would remove certain export control obligations for US companies transferring or storing data, technology, or software with cloud and application service providers, but would create a new “end-to-end encryption” requirement for such situations.
On June 3, the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) issued final rules establishing a licensing and regulatory framework for companies engaged in activities relating to virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin.