Earlier this month, the New York Attorney General’s Office issued findings of its investigation into a data security incident involving EyeMed Vision Care LLC (“EyeMed”) as well as the agreement that it entered into with the company in exchange for not pursuing further statutory charges. The settlement included a fine of $600,000, a marked
What President Biden’s New Executive Order Means for the Cybersecurity of the United States
By Paul Ferrillo on
Seyfarth Synopsis: On May 12, 2021, President Joe Biden issued a very broad, 34 page “Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity.” The Executive Order, or “EO”, can be found here. This order comes six months after the notorious SolarWinds attack, and mere weeks after other high-profile attacks have invaded our networks, and shut
Post-Pandemic Litigation Webinar Series
By Richard Lutkus, EnCE, EnCEP, CEH, Suzanna Bonham, Giovanna A. Ferrari, William Hanlon, J. Scott Humphrey, James McGrath, Kristine Argentine, Jesse M. Coleman, Tonya M. Esposito, Catherine Schumacher, Rebecca Woods & Scott A. Carlson on
From court closures and the way judges conduct appearances and trials to the expected wave of lawsuits across a multitude of areas and industries, the COVID-19 outbreak is having a notable impact in the litigation space—and is expected to for quite some time.
To help navigate the litigation landscape, we are kicking off a webinar…