Lathrop’s Bandlow on Liability from Social Media

What kinds of liabilities can arise from postings on social media sites and blogs? Lincoln Bandlow, Esq. of Lathrop & Gage LLP discussed this and more during the "Social Media Maze: Liability in Behavioral Advertising and Social Media" session at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, produced by HB Litigation Conferences.

Communicating with Juries: Trying Asbestos Cases in Offbeat Jurisdictions

When standing before a jury you must present a simple declarative sentence that delivers the essence of what your case is about. You need to be able to reduce your message to a sentence that a fourth grader can understand. If you cannot do it, get someone to help you. If, after this exercise, you still find yourself wondering [...]

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Budgets Are A Reality For Litigators

By Eric E. Bensen & Rebecca K. Myers

There is probably no other part of the litigation process where the cold hard reality of hindsight […]

Kroll’s Prendergast on Data Breach Preparedness

Rick Prendergast of Kroll Fraud Solutions spoke at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, hosted by HB Litigation Conferences in […]

Topamax®, Topiramate, Zoloft® & SSRIs: The Plaintiffs’ Perspective

An HB Law & Science Conference Report

Two major classes of drugs recently have been the subject of mass tort litigation for their alleged […]

JetBlue’s Garvin on Cyber Risk Policies

How does a large corporation take on the daunting task of creating an appropriate level of coverage for cyber breaches? What kinds of things […]

Neiditz on HIPAA HITECH and Breach Notification

Jon Neiditz, an attorney with Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough explained how the breach notification rules under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act […]

Assistant AG Nielsen On State Breach Notification Laws

Christine Nielsen, Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois brought the perspective of a state agency to a lively discussion of breach notification […]

Sotto on State and Federal Cyber Risk Law

What is happening at the state level regarding Cyber-Risk laws? “Everything,” said Lisa Sotto of Hunton & Williams during the “Regulatory Session—State and […]

‘CyberInquirer’ on Cyber Coverage for Universities

Says Carriers Can Encourage Best Practices
A June 30 post on the blog CyberInquirer has generated buzz from readers with a recommendation to address breaches […]

Proskauer’s Mathews on Liability Flowing from PCI

Kristen Mathews of Proskauer Rose, LLP spoke at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, produced by HB Litigation Conferences in […]

Proskauer’s Mathews on the Duty to Notify and State Breach Laws

The recent Epsilon data breach presents an interesting case, as the company was not required to notify the public, but did so anyway. Kristen Mathews of Proskauer Rose, LLP explained why, and also provided commentary on state laws pertaining to data breaches [...]

Lanier to Deliver Keynote at 14th Annual National Asbestos Litigation Conference

HB Litigation Conferences is pleased to announce Mark Lanier will deliver the luncheon keynote address on October 3, 2011, at the 14th Annual National Asbestos Litigation Conference in Amelia Island, Florida. Lanier, founder and lead litigation counsel of The Lanier Law Firm, is recognized as one of the top trial [...]

ID Experts’ Henley on Cyber-Breach Response Plans

Jeremy Henley, Executive Sales Manager of ID Experts explained at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, hosted by HB Litigation […]

Bremer Whyte’s O’Meara on Wrap Policies

John O’Meara of Bremer, Whyte, Brown and O’Meara presented the subcontractor’s point of view on wrap policies during a panel discussion at the Construction […]

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Three Simple Rules For Trying Asbestos Cases in Offbeat Jurisdictions

Three Simple Rules For Trying Asbestos Cases in Offbeat Jurisdictions. Rule #1: You cannot blend, just don't offend them. I live in South Texas and I have watched people from Chicago and other places come in and try and pretend like they are one of us. They buy a pair of boots and they can't walk correctly. They sound like they just stepped off the set of [the 1980s era TV series] Dallas.

Cross-Border M & A – Complimentary LexisNexis® Webinar on July 27

Cross-border mergers and acquisitions have been on an upward trend in recent years. In the U.S. and globally there is a great deal of […]

Paul D. McGrady, Jr., on the New gTLDs

ICANN is developing a framework to launch new gTLDs, and we can expect that the next twenty-four months will be a time of great change for the Internet and for brands as a result. The new gTLDs represent challenge, cost, risk and possible reward. Are you ready for the new gTLDs? In this Analysis, Paul D. McGrady discusses ICANN and gTLDs and offers his thoughts on dealing with the new gTLDs.

Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Yozzi On Cyber-Risk Policies

Renee Yozzi, Risk Manager for Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ spoke at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, hosted […]

Hon. Marina Corodemus (ret.) on Opening & Closing Arguments

Now the director of ADR in Corodemus & Corodemus, the Hon. Marina Corodemus (ret.) was for 10 years New Jersey’s sole mass tort judge. […]

Robert Gordon on Jury Selection

Weitz & Luxenberg P.C. in New York is one of the leading plaintiffs’ firms in the mass tort arena. Robert J. Gordon, one […]

Trust Law: Procedural Nuances Can Trip Up Attorneys New to the Game

A really easy and egregious mistake is to file a complaint rather than a petition. Another easy-to-spot error is to fail to file a notice of hearing. Another really common one that litigators make, is to serve the lawyer with the [...]

Lack of Court Involvement and Emotion Fuel Trust Litigation

One of my observations about increased trust litigation is, ironically, the lack of court supervision, because many of these trusts have been created by people who have perceived the court process to be something wicked, an evil to be avoided at all costs. There is a profound lack of [...]