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fore·shad·ow (verb). Be a warning or indication of (a future event): FCC Commissioner O’Rielly Speech Suggests What’s in Store for the TCPA

On May 16, 2019, FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly gave a speech at the ACA International Washington Insights Conference in Washington, DC, which gave a potential preview of how the Commission may shape the TCPA landscape in the near future. Commissioner … Continue reading

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What’s Hot And What’s Not In The In-House Counsel Marketplace

If you are an in-house counsel, you have to keep your ear to the ground and listen to what the experts are saying about the in-house counsel marketplace. Even if you are comfortably ensconced in a plum position, the competition … Continue reading

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What’s an Employer to Do About its Standard Arbitration Agreement in all of its Employee Contracts in Ohio – Arnold v. Burger King and Jones v. Carrols, LLC d/b/a Burger King

If you’ve ever eaten at a Burger King in Ohio, it may well be one that is owned and operated by Carrols LLC, the largest franchisee of Burger King restaurants in the United States.  Carrols and its related entities own … Continue reading

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Presentation: What’s new in cross-border digital evidence gathering for criminal investigations?

I was invited to present at the High Technology Crime Investigation Association's first annual Canadian Cyber Summit. I spoke about recent issues and trends in cross-border criminal investigations originating in Canada, starting with the current state of affairs and the … Continue reading

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DOJ’s False Claims Act Cooperation Credit: What’s It All About?

DOJ’s enforcement policy for the False Claims Act (FCA) has largely been static for 30 years or maybe since the forgotten 1998 Holder memo that set out guidelines to assure the FCA was not recklessly deployed for provider billing mistakes. … Continue reading

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