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  • Facing Losses, Suits and Investigations, Equifax Apologizes Again
    Facing Losses, Suits and Investigations, Equifax Apologizes Again

    This week, Equifax reported in on the costs associated with its massive data breach. As you'll recall, the data breach exposed personal information from approximately 145 million Americans. The ...

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  • Waymo Sends Uber a Startling Settlement Bid in Trade Secrets Case
    Waymo Sends Uber a Startling Settlement Bid in Trade Secrets Case

    If you've been following the case of Alphabet Inc.'s Waymo vs. Uber Technologies, Inc., you may know that it's a bit of a horse race. Observers say it's hard to gauge which company has the stronger ...

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  • New Equifax CEO Offers 'Total Apology,' Free Lifetime Control
    New Equifax CEO Offers 'Total Apology,' Free Lifetime Control

    After a data breach that affected some 143 million U.S. consumers and a series of missteps in the aftermath, Equifax has named a new interim CEO: Paulino do Rego Barros, Jr. In an op-ed piece for The ...

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  • Affirmative defense -- Lack of Personal Jurisdiction
    Affirmative defense -- Lack of Personal Jurisdiction

    Authored by Paul Tennison, Summer Associate, Cole Law Group. Disclaimer: This blog post is not legal advice. This post is intended to give a bit of background information about the affirmative defense ...

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