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For anyone who has been tracking the advancement of automated vehicles (AV), there is no doubt that federal and state attention has ramped up. Thirty-three states have introduced AV legislation this year alone. At the...

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Welcome Allison Bender

October 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

We are excited to welcome Allison Bender, an incident response lawyer formerly with Hogan Lovells and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, to our team! Having served as primary operational legal counsel for the federal...

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A United States District Court granted summary judgment to the FBI in a FOIA action brought by the AP, USA Today, and Vice, seeking disclosure of the name of the vendor the FBI used to...

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The FTC announced a settlement with Lenovo over the company’s widely-reported practice of pre-installing its laptops with ad-injecting software designed by the developer Superfish. The settlement highlights several common security pitfalls that companies should watch...

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Continuing the enforcement of its endorsement guidelines, the FTC announced its first settlement with individual influencers rather than focusing only on advertisers who work with influencers. In the action, the FTC alleged two YouTube personalities...

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A Note on Hourly Fee Billing

September 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

One of the aspects of ZwillGen that regularly draws clients to our firm is our alternative billing philosophy. As explained on our billing philosophy page, we believe in billing clients the way they want to...

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