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Cybersecurity due diligence in health care transactions AHLA's Speaking of health law podcast

In this American Health Law Association (AHLA) podcast episode, Nathan Salminen, Hogan Lovells senior associate, speaks to Jon Moore, Clearwater Chief Risk Officer and Senior Vice President ...

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Tribal nations are essential to ‘Build Back Better’ Indian Country Today

As we emerge from the dark days of the pandemic, I hope that America’s rebuilding efforts include the wisdom and resilience of tribal nations.

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EDPB & EDPS issue joint opinion on the EU’s proposed AI Regulation

On 18 June 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) issued a joint opinion on the European Union’s proposed AI Regulation, which...

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Big Data Anomalies Can’t Be Used to Prosecute. But Identifying Them Can Help Avoid Potential Lawsuits or Enforcements. Corporate Compliance Insights

In a recent Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals case, prosecutors tried to stake their argument on their analysis of anomalies in big datasets. It didn’t work. The proceedings nevertheless ...

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Post-pandemic antitrust - what to expect and what to do Global Competition Review

The outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic in early 2020 came as a global shock. Its ripple effects on the economy, trade, travel as well as individual freedoms and society as a whole were - and ...

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[Biden’s] Climate Actions: Respecting Social Considerations While Heeding the Science Harvard ALI Social Impact Review

Partners Hilary Tompkins and Jamie Wickett and Senior Counsel Mary Anne Sullivan authored an article in the Harvard ALI Social Impact Review First 100 Days of the Biden-Harris Series,...

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Capital Markets and Climate Change: Odd Bedfellows? Pratt's Energy Law Report | LexisNexis

Senior Associates Adam Lapidus and Philip Schuster co-authored this article covering ESG products and regulatory developments, with a focus on capital markets and derivatives.

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Legitimate interests behind passive holding World Trademark Review

In a recent decision under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) before WIPO, a panel has denied the transfer of a passively-held domain name on the grounds that the...

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Energy 4.0: The Energy Technology Revolution and New Litigation Risks Texas Lawyer

As energy companies increasingly turn to technology solutions, Energy 4.0 looks like it is here to stay, and with it, the accompanying legal risks.

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