Tag Archives: Technology

Guest Post: Five Use Case Ideas for a Law Firm Mobile App

The following is a guest post from Daniel Haurey, President of Exigent Technology, an IT Services  and Cloud Services Provider.   One of my favorite business authors, David Meerman Scott, said it best: “Because of the infinite amount of information available on the web, buyers now have more information than sellers, and therefore buyers have the…
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OlenderFeldman Interviewed Regarding Data Management In A Merger Or Acquisition

Technology can impact the way we work, play, communicate and live, and “big data” analysis – the processing of large amounts of data in order to gain actionable insights – has the ability to radically alter society by identifying patterns and traits that would otherwise go undiscovered. This data, however, can raise significant privacy concerns…
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New York Attorney General Report Finds Data Breaches Are Serious Business

By: Aaron Krowne On July 14, 2014, the New York Attorney General’s office (“NY AG”) released a seminal report on data breaches, entitled “Information Exposed: Historical Examination of Data Breaches in New York State” (the “Report”). The Report presents a wealth of eye-opening (and sobering) information on data breaches in New York and beyond. The Report…
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California Court Says: “No Peek, No Breach” For Health Information Privacy

By: Aaron Krowne In a major recent case testing California’s medical information privacy law, part of the California Medical Information Act, or CMIA (California Civil Code § 56 et seq.), the Third District Court of Appeals in Sutter Health v. Superior Court held on July 21, 2014 that confidential information covered by the law must be…
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