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Recalculating For Small Business By Jeffrey M. Dennis

Jeff Dennis discusses different cybersecurity risks for small businesses in 2019 on Recalculating Radio with Don Mazella.

January 11, 2019

Managing Partner Jeff Dennis Contributes to Inside Track on

Newmeyer & Dillion’s Managing Partner Jeff Dennis was recently interviewed by Stephanie Forshee, a reporter with, for their weekly briefing, Inside Track. Within the segment, Jeff Dennis answered the 'question of the week.' How can GCs help board members and other executives protect themselves from liability in the event of a shareholder class action tied to a data breach?

April 1, 2018

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Data Dividend? California Governor Proposes Plan to Have Companies Pay Consumers for Using Their Info By Scott L. Satkin

The adage “if you’re not paying for a service, you’re not the customer, you’re the product” has been around longer than the internet, but it has never been more true than it is today. As technology has increased people’s ability to share information about themselves, the number and size of companies whose business models depend on collecting, analyzing, selling, and otherwise exploiting that information have increased proportionally. Generally, consumers give up this information in exchange for access to goods and services rather than financial compensation. But California Governor Gavin Newsom proposed changing that in his recent state of the state address.

March 27, 2019

The "Dark Overlord" Strikes the Practice of Law: What Law Firms Can Do to Protect Themselves By Ivo G. Daniele

Cybersecurity breaches involving law firms are on the rise with each passing year. Law firms are prime targets for cyber criminals seeking confidential and sensitive information because of the various types of legal work that law firms normally handle for their clients. Whether it be mergers and acquisitions, the use of intellectual property, purchase agreements, bankruptcy or even litigation involving divorce, law firms are a rich depository for highly confidential and sensitive information. As a result, law firms must employ comprehensive security measures to protect themselves from security breaches or risk being on the losing end of a costly malpractice claim, and suffer severe reputational harm.

March 26, 2019