Tag Archives: Communications

Design Is Not Content: Wisconsin Supreme Court Holds That Communications Decency Act Provides Immunity to Website Against Negligent Web Design Claim

Does the Communications Decency Act (CDA) provide immunity to a website against allegations that its design and operation enabled a third party to buy a gun, which the third party then used as a murder weapon? In Daniel v. Armslist, … Continue reading

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FINRA Issues New Guidance Regarding Customer Communications Relating to Departing Registered Representatives

As recognized by new guidance from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the departure of a registered representative often prompts customer questions about the departing representative and the continued servicing of a customer’s account. In light of the continued frequency … Continue reading

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Amanda Schreyer Named Co-Chair of Women’s Bar Association Communications Committee

Amanda Schreyer has been named co-chair of the Communications Committee for the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts. The WBA Communications Committee promotes the organization’s public presence through media outreach, press releases and articles, member communications, planning programs around media issues, and more. … Continue reading

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‘Case Status,’ App that Automates Client Communications, Receives Venture Funding

Case Status, a company whose product aims to improve the client experience by automating lawyer-client communications and case updates, has received venture capital funding from the Alabama Futures Fund. The amount of funding was not disclosed. Case Status allows lawyers … Continue reading

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Australia looks to decryption of communications and competition reform in the operation of digital platforms

Andrew HudsonFor a variety of reasons Australians have wholeheartedly embraced the various means of electronic communication and social media platforms. One lawyer’s brief history of the digital revolution In large part, technological progress has been benign, albeit confusing for certain … Continue reading

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