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07.29.22

ABLE accounts as an alternative to Special Needs Trusts

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07.28.22

New OCR enforcement actions emphasize continued focus on HIPAA...

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07.25.22

Remote notarizations are now allowed in New York

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06.29.22

Transgender student rights under Title IX – The still evolving...

  • 04.07.22

    Hacker’s CFAA “without authorization” defense rejected

    Last year, the Supreme Court narrowed the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”). In that case, the Court considered whether a police officer who used his valid credentials to access a police database for a nefarious purpose had “exceeded authorized access” under the CFAA. The Court determined that he had not, as his use of police-provided access credentials made his access authorized, even if the ultimate use of the data he accessed was improper.

    Category Cybersecurity