January 17, 2022
- National Minimum Wage Enforcement – Six Traps to Avoid (UK) by: James Pike and Fiona Sellers
- The Three Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You Post Anything... by: Stefanie M. Marrone
- SelectQuote Beats TCPA Suit Based on Acquisition: Online Insurance... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Texts as Prerecorded Calls?: Grassdoor Faces TCPA Suit Alleging Texts... by: Eric J. Troutman
- New York Extends Mask-or-Vaccine Requirement by: Kelly M. Cardin and Jessica R. Schild
- EPA Announces Virtual Meeting On Biofuel GHG Modeling by: Lynn L. Bergeson
- DOE Issues RFI On Renewable Fuel Scale-Up And Demonstration by: Lynn L. Bergeson
- Central Bank Guidance to UAE Financial Institutions Banking Cash-... by: Richard J. Gibbon and Malak Abbas
- How to Use Content Marketing to Help People Learn How to Use Your... by: Stefanie M. Marrone
January 16, 2022
- Supreme Court Leaves OSHA Vaccine/Testing Mandate with Uncertain... by: Myles W. Chaney and Anne R. Yuengert
- Twin Cities Issue Vaccine Mandates for Restaurants, Bars, and... by: Colin H. Hargreaves
- 10 Tips For Being Successful on LinkedIn by: Stefanie M. Marrone
- Oregon OSHA Announces Stance on Federal Vaccine-or-Test Standard by: Karen Tynan and Paul E. Cirner
- Appellate Court Grants Mandamus Relief To Require A Jury Trial On The... by: David Fowler Johnson
- Minnesota OSHA Pumps the Breaks on Federal OSHA’s COVID-19 Emergency... by: Brent D. Kettelkamp and Hal A. Shillingstad
- U.S. Supreme Court Lifts Preliminary Injunctions on Healthcare Worker... by: Keeley A. McCarty and Ashley T. Hirano
- U.S. Supreme Court Stays Implementation of OSHA’s COVID-19 ETS... by: Luke Bickel and Robert K. Foster
- Gold Dome Report — Legislative Day 4 by: Stanley S. Jones, Jr. and Helen L. Sloat
- US Supreme Court Reinstates Stay of OSHA Vaccination Requirement for... by: Julie L. Gottshall and Janet R. Widmaier
January 15, 2022
- Duluth Follows Minneapolis and St. Paul in Telling Minnesotans ‘Mask... by: Colin H. Hargreaves
- January 2022 Legal News Roundup: Law Firm Moves, Hiring &... by: Hanna Taylor and Rachel Popa
- Leaving Your Job? Don’t Forget Your Stock Options… by: Louis Lehot
- After the Supreme Court Decision, What Comes Next for OSHA and COVID-... by: Mark N. Duvall and Heidi P. Knight
- Minneapolis and St. Paul to Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative... by: Gina K. Janeiro and Hadley M. Simonett
- Building on the Success of Medicare-Medicaid Plans, CMS Proposes... by: Lauren M. Moldawer and Stephnie A. John
- Greenberg Traurig January 2022 Competition Currents: China and Japan by: Greenberg Traurig's International Trade & Investment Practice
- Reminder to Perform Annual ISO/ESPP Reporting in January 2022 by: Gregory C. Schick
- Important Changes to New York Labor Law: Contractors Liable for Wage... by: Matthew E. Stein and Alana R. Mildner
- Five Agencies Issue Ambitious Renewable Energy Goals for Federal... by: Elizabeth C. Crouse and David Wang
- Greenberg Traurig January 2022 Competition Currents: the UK and EU by: Greenberg Traurig's International Trade & Investment Practice
- Colorado Cracks Down on Restrictive Covenant Agreements, Authorizing... by: Roger G. Trim and Raul Chacon, Jr.
- McDermottPlus Check-Up: January 14, 2022 by: Debra Curtis and Madeline Hodge
- Supreme Court Nixes OSHA Vax, Upholds Health Worker Mandate by: Abby S. Tilkens
- Cadwalader Cabinet: Time to Address Blockchain by: Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Communications, Cybersecurity, Media, Internet and Privacy Law News
The legal industry and technology are intertwined. Technology presents many legal challenges to companies, lawyers, and legal professionals, due to cybersecurity demands, data breach concerns, and media regulations. The National Law Review features the latest news, litigation, stories, and coverage related to legislation in the industry, and the ever-evolving changes which arise because of how quickly technology changes are occurring today.
Regulations on Communications & Media: Including TCPA, GDPR, and FCC
Media and communications news covered by the National Law Review includes FCC (Federal Communications Commission) enforcement actions, cybercrime and terrorism stories, TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act) violations, email communications, social media platforms, and how to properly navigate them in a professional setting, telecommunications laws, and compliance issues and concerns. Staffing changes at the FCC, litigation and regulation changes, including the state of net neutrality, are covered by the legal experts who write for the National Law Review.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation
Legislation like the Telephone Consumer Protection and international regulations such as the EU’s GDPR, companies must take the time to update their privacy standards and must understand the complexities of this area of law, in order to avoid legal repercussions when engaging with customers in the US and around the world. The National Law Review has legal experts who analyze litigation related to the TCPA as it impacts healthcare, debt collection, and other areas. Additionally, many facets of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation; including notes on applicability, GDPR company compliance, and definitions of GDPR terminology are analyzed by the legal experts at NLR.
Legal Communication Concerns across Industries
Because the internet and technology change on what seems to be a daily basis, it can be difficult for companies to properly navigate these changes, concepts, and ensure they are complying with legislation in these areas. Some of the concepts businesses must be aware of in terms of cybersecurity and media that the National Law Review covers include domain name registrations, gTLDs (generic top-level domain names), international legislation in data and cybersecurity, HIPAA legislation, and data protection and cybersecurity laws. Additionally, with telemedicine taking a forefront in the field of healthcare, ransomware and data theft occurring daily, and continual security breaches occurring in the US and around the world, like the WannaCry Ransomware incident, companies must take proper measures in safeguarding their networks and servers to protect their clients’ personal information.
We report on these issues, concerns, and news stories regularly. In addition to regulations and legislation in the US, visitors can also read about international provisions and safeguards, including EU Safe Harbor and Privacy Shield, Canadian Anti-Spam laws, and other international protections, to avoid major data and cybersecurity breaches.
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